Standing Towel Rack Ideas

May 31st

Metal standing towel rack is used to hang folded towels over in laundry areas. They are mounted on walls or are self-contained. When mounting the towel hanger to a wall, it is important to mount them on the bolts that the plaster is attached. Towels are light and unlikely to pull out of the plaster. But if you mount rack to studs, it will never be pulled out of the wall. Stand-alone towel hanger is as simple in design, but does not need to be mounted on anything.

Little Standing Towel Rack


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Locate two lines in the wall that is 32 inches apart. Screw one end into the wall so that the opening is facing the other stud. Use two screws. Make sure the bracket is approximately 48 inches above the floor. Keep your level against one of the vertical edges of the towel rack to ensure that it is truly vertical. Place the tube in the holder that is mounted on the wall. Insert the other end into the other console and hold the console against the wall and over the stutter while measuring the distance from the floor to the consoles, ensuring that they are equal. Keep the level above the tube to ensure it is horizontal. Screw the bracket to the wall with the last two screws. Hang your folded towels over the tube.

Free standing towel rack

Make your feet rack by twisting two 8-inch tubes into the two top holes of a T-joint. The two pipes are in line. Repeat this step with the other two 8-inch tubes and the last T-joint. Screw a 40-inch tube into the last opening of each T-joint so there is a 40-inch tube that is at right angles to each pair of 8-inch tubes. Screw an elbow at the end of each 40-inch tube so that the bend of the elbow is at right angles to the T-joint at the other end. These are the pages of your metal standing towel rack. Place the sides of the rack so they are upright, 36 inches apart, so the elbows are facing each other and aligned. Screw the 36-inch tube into the elbows to complete the racket. Hang your towels over 36-inch tubes.


A towel hanger enables a used and wet towel to air and dry. It can then be reused. A simple bar – suspended between two very short armrests – is the most effective way to wipe a wet towel. The arms create a space between the wall and the towel. This allows air to pass between the two. It also makes the towel to dry evenly. A post type of rack takes less space, but it is not as effective during the drying process.