I’m back sharing one of the last projects from my brother’s bathroom makeover today – a peg towel rack! It’s a mini version of this project that I shared a few years ago in my cousin’s room. I’m kind of glad to still be working through these projects as some other bigger projects are being put on pause with the quarantine going on. And if you do any woodworking projects, you probably already have scraps that you could use to make this without leaving your house! I love being able to make projects using scrap wood!
This project is super easy and made a big difference in the room. Before the makeover there was literally THREE different towel racks/hooks in this tiny bathroom! And none of them matched. 🤦♀️ Just complete chaos honestly! Swapping out small things like towel racks, towel rings, and toilet paper holders is such is simple way to update your space.
What you need for peg towel rack:
- 24″ length of 1″x3″ wood
- three 3″ long 3/4″ round dowel pieces
- tape measure
- 3/4″ forester bit
- countersink bit
- teak oil
- drywall anchors
Follow the video below for step by step instructions on how to put this together!