I’m super excited to share today’s DIY project, a rustic, farmhouse style, DIY towel rack! This towel rack DIY is super easy to build, really cute, and of course functional! I made this DIY towel rack for our master bathroom renovation, which we are redoing as part of the One Room Challenge.
We are currently in week 4 of the project and I’m trying to finalize the decor and organization details. Note, this post contains some affiliate links for convenience. The main feature that totally makes this DIY towel rack are the super adorable metal hooks!
They give off a farmhouse, vintage, industrial vibe which I love. I found them at Hobby Lobby and you can also find similar ones here, here, here.
How to make a farmhouse style DIY towel rack:
Drill three pocket holes with a Kreg Jig (available here too) on one of your 30″ boards. *Tip: See my how to use a Kreg Jig post for an easy, step by step tutorial and video tutorial on how to use the Kreg Jig! Sand and stain the wood towel rack.
The metal hooks didn’t have the best hardware on the back to attach to the towel rack, so I may be putting some screws through the front of them. To attach the towel rack to the wall, I screwed two screws into our wall studs and then pilot holes on the back of the towel rack to line up with those screws so the towel rack would be flush with the wall. I’m in love with the mix of the warm wood and black metal! Follow along on Instagram and Facebook for my latest projects and to stay up to date on our master bathroom renovation reveal, coming up in less than 2 weeks!