Wooden Towel Holders are a sign of classic bathrooms. It is very cost-efficient, and it helps to look your bathroom more elegant. So, in today’s article, we will learn how to make a towel holder using wood. Let us begin.
In the following section, we will walk toward the list of supplies required to make an elegant towel holder using wood. They are as follows:
- Wood screws
- Wood Glue
- Fibreglass mesh drywall joint tape
- All-purpose joint compound
- Drywall texture spray
Step 1: The first step is to measure the wooden board and measure it by using the Miter saw as per the requirement.
Measuring the Wooden Pieces
Step 2: The next step is to cut those measured wooden pieces.
Cutting the Wooden Pieces
Step 3: The third step is to attach the side pieces with brad nails using a nail gun and then attach the front side with glue.
Sticking the Side Pieces
Attaching the Side Pieces with Nail Gun
Holder Attached with Sides
Step 4: Once the glue dries, take an orbital sander and sand the towel bar.
Sanding the Towel Bar
Step 5: The next step is to brush the wooden piece with a coat of wood stain.
Applying a Coat of Wooden Stain
Step 6: Once the stain gets dried, apply a coat of matte polyurethane.
Applying a Coat of Matte Polyurethane
Step 6: The next step is to remove the existing towel bar by removing the screws on both ends.
Removing the Existing Towel Holder
Step 7: Once it is removed, patch the wall with the help of drywall mesh tape.
Applying Mesh Tape
Step 8: The next step is to apply drywall mud over the mesh tape.
Applying Drywall Mud
Step 9: Once the mud is dried, the next step is to paint the area using spray paint.
Spray Paint the wall
Step 10: Once the wall is dried, take a stud finder to find studs on the wall and once you get them, mark them by using a pencil.
Marking the Studs
Step 11: Now, pre-drill the holes in the background of the towel holder for the screws.
Attaching the Screws
Step 12: Attach the wooden towel holder to the wall.
Attaching the Towel Holder to the wall
Step 13: The last step is to hang in the towel.
Wooden Towel Holder
- We recommend you use an 80 grit sand disc on the orbital sander to sand the towel bar.
Things To Remember
- Make sure you use screws of the same size.
Saquib Siddiqui is a Mechanical Engineer and a content creator. He has special interest in science experiments and teaches the same to school and college students. He is also a technical lead at RUDE LABS PVT. LTD.