DIY Lucite Towel Bar and a Giveaway Winner!!!

Hi all!  Just popping in to show you a quick DIY project I did over the weekend and announce the winner of the Delta In2ition showerhead.

First things first.  Stephanie Grant who followed Decorating Delirium on Pinterest is our lucky winner. Stephanie, I have sent you an e-mail with details.  My 3 year blogging anniversary is in September, so mark your calendars for another exciting giveaway!

So, if you are a long time reader, you may recall that I made DIY Lucite Curtain Rod last year. The lovely company,  Nationwide Plastics, who custom-made the curtain rods, shipped the excess lucite that had to be cut off.  What was left was the perfect amount for a towel bar.  When we remodeled our master bath, I knew that eventually I would use the leftover lucite to make a towel bar.  6 months later, I finally got around to doing it.

Lucite Towel Bar

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The process could not have been easier.  I simply used a saw (yes, a saw) to cut the lucite to appropriate length and then used an electric sander to buff out the rough edges.  I used the same hardware to mount the rod as I did for my curtains.

I am loving the modern edge it is giving our bathroom and it cost me basically nothing! Gotta love an almost free DIY.  I have a little bit more left over, so you may be seeing lucite door pulls in the works.

xoxo,

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Comments

  1. Nice work! It looks beautiful!!:-)

  2. Perfect! I would love to do my rods this way too. What size did you use?

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