Last week, I shared my Powder Bathroom Reveal and you could see my towel bar made out of plumbing pipe and parts. I wanted to quickly share how these were put together.
It really couldn't have been much easier. We just took some rough measurements in the bathroom to get an idea of an approximate size for the pieces. Then, we went to Home Depot and scoped out the plumbing aisle. We knew we needed flanges for attaching to the wall, then we just got some straight pieces that would work for the length and depth. We bought three 90 degree turn pieces for the "corners" and a screw on cap for the toilet paper holder.
We ended up getting a combination of black pipe and galvanized pipe to get the sizes we wanted, so I gave them both a coat of flat black paint once they were all screwed together.
They're sturdy, functional, and fit very well with our industrial/upcycled/funky/farmhouse vibe.
I have a much larger house project that used the same plumbing pipe, but I need to get some good photos before I share that. Just trying to keep you on the edge of your seats! :)