Wood Round Towel Holder

Wood Round Towel HolderHi everyone! It’s Cat from The Rustic Willow here to do my monthly DIY project with you. I love being able to share new projects with you, and the one I’m sharing today is one of my favorites! We recently decided to re-do our downstairs bathroom in a natural wood theme. I wanted to incorporate that theme into the towel holder as well. Then, my boyfriend came up with the idea for this Wood Round Towel Holder.

This towel holder adds so much to our bathroom, and we’ve gotten a ton of compliments on it! The best part about it is that it’s insanely easy to make, but adds a beautiful rustic charm.

    Materials needed:

  • 1 Wood Round (I got mine from Michael’s)
  • 1 Wooden Hand Towel Holder (I got mine from Home Depot)
  • 2 Wood screws

First, start by measuring where you want your wood round to sit on your wall. Make sure to use a level so that you don’t have a lopsided holder at the end.

Then, attach the round to the wall using wood screws. The screws should be placed in a way that they’ll be hid by your hand towel holder.

In this step I made the screws sit flush with the round instead of sticking out. To do this, you’ll want to first drill through your wood round with the correct drill bit for your screw, then use a larger drill bit (a little bit bigger than the size of your screw) and drill about 1/4 into the round. When you attach your screws, the hole you made with the larger drill bit will hide your screws.

Wood Round Towel Holder Then, use the hardware provided with your hand towel holder and attach it to the wood round. Again, make sure to use a level.

Lastly, hang your beautiful towel and display proudly!

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Wood Round Towel HolderSee you next month with another fun project! Happy end of summer, enjoy it while you can 🙂


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Cat is a social worker and journalist with a degree in Media Arts & Design from James Madison University. She lived in New Orleans for the past two years working with the homeless population but recently relocated to Denver. In her spare time she is crafting, cooking, decorating and creating anything she can. She believes the most delicious meals and the most beautiful decorations are homemade. She loves to experiment with her recipes and crafts to provide delicious and unique meals and crafts at an affordable price. She loves to travel, soak up new cultures, photograph everything and anything, and live life outdoors.

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