Children will have hours of endless play with this pull cart and building blocks. Build it using these free downloadable plans.
Update your bathroom by building this towel rack unit complete with a spot for hair appliances. Of course the bottom could be used for extra storage too.
Get stuff off your countertops by building this wall mounted paper towel holder.
This towel rack will come in handy when drying wet towels. Download the plan and get to work right away.
Cross-handle faucet taps can double as hooks for this towel rack. All you have to do is mount them on a board—I used salvaged barn siding, but any scrap wood will do—and hang the assembly on a wall.
This Towel Holder turns a plain roll of paper towels into an attractive point of interest in any kitchen. Plus…it is both easy to build (thanks to the readily available gallery spindles) and quick to sell at craft fairs, festivals and similar events.
If you like a natural look in your kitchen, this wooden paper towel holder will provide an additional accent. It is a great kitchen accessory, and can be mounted on a wall or on the side of a cabinet. It is easy to load; just slip the new roll over the decorative rod and replace it on the holder. It provides a very functional way to dispense paper towels, and it fits all standard rolls.
Hand made, wooden towel racks will compliment other country bathroom decor. They are inexpensive, and can help fulfill that rustic look desired. Also, bathroom towel racks are simple to make: even the novice woodworker can achieve success with this project.
Here is a simple, turn-it-yourself Paper Towel Holder that you should be able to make in record numbers and, in record time, too!
Our camper trailer just does not have a good place to mount one of those plastic paper towel holders so I decided to make one for the counter. This is a simple project that requires a little imagination.