I made a DIY Wooden Towel or Coat Hook with items that I had around the house. This project is created for a DIY Challenge that I participate in and also during the virus quarantine. I am determined not to leave the house to go to a store.
For the challenge this month, we are challenged to create something to help you with the organization in your home. I do not like clutter and I want to create something to get the clutter off the bathroom vanity. This is a very easy project.
When you can’t leave your house for an item, you have to get creative and find things that will work.
Actually, this entire bathroom is made by using things from around the house. The mirror was in my garage because I bought it super cheap months ago.
This is a picture of a towel or coat hook that I want for this bathroom. I think that it is modern and matches the look of the room.
For the hook, I have an old paint handle in the garage. This will be perfect if I cut the handle on an angle.
Cut the wooden handle on a 25-degree angle. You only have to cut one end at an angle but I did cut both ends at an angle. Cut the hook 3 inches long. Cut a wood block from a scrap piece of wood the size that you desire.
From the back of the wooden block, attach the hook to the block with a screw.
I did not have any picture hooks so I used the top of a soda can to create a hook. I attached it to the block with a tiny nail. It is amazing what you can create when you are determined not to purchase anything new.
I use Special Walnut Minwax stain to stain the DIY Wooden Towel Hook. The hook can be stained any color you desire. DIY Towel Hook is so good that I am going to make more to use in other rooms.
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