DIY Towel Bar & Wicker Basket Bathroom Organizer

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This is my favorite time of the year the kids head back to school and the holidays are just around the corner. It’s also one the busiest and fun times of the year and when you’ve got a full house like me you’ve always have to be well stocked and ready for guests. One of favorite rooms in the house is the big bathrooms. So big that was able to fit a small dresser that is now being utilized for towels and all the Quilted Northern® Ultra Soft & Strong® with Cleanstretch (9 Mega Rolls) we stock up on (the rolls are 4X bigger roll than regular rolls so I don’t have to constantly worry about refilling the roll!). I thought it was lacking a little something above the dresser and I didn’t want to rip out the towel bar that was already there so we turned it into DIY towel bar & wicker basket bathroom organizer (DIY below) and even added the tray we made last week.


My favorite part of this DIY is that everyone has a towel bar that is either ready to replaced or sitting in their garage that they can use. It’s simple and chic way to organize and hold must have bathroom products like hand towels and Quilted Northern® that we buy at Walmart to help keep my bathroom neat and tidy. I love the way it turned out but I thought it needed another little something so I added a brand new ceramic moose head. I love it so much I plan on adding one to our living room as well. I can’t wait to add seasonal items to the dresser and moose. The dresser and moose gave our bathroom an warm inviting touch that is ready for all the busy month ahead!

DIY Towel Bar & Wicker Basket Organizer


What You’ll Need:

Any towel bar
Black spray paint
Curtain hooks with clips
Two medium sized wicker baskets

How To:
Take your towel bar apart and spray paint. Set aside and let dry for 1 hour.

If you’re using a old towel bar; slide on the curtain rings and put back in it’s place and if you’re using a new one find your perfect spot, slide on rings and screw onto wall.

Clip on wicker baskets and you’re done.


Fill with hand towels, magazine, Quilted Northern® (did you know they’re a 100 year old brand? yeah me either!).



Quilted Northern® offers the opportunity to keep your home fully stocked and organized at all times so that you’re always ready for sudden guests or last minute get-togethers.


How do you creatively keep your bathroom well stocked and organized?

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  1. Alli Smith says

    The first thing I do when I’m having weekend guests is to check the toilet tissue supply. I love how you organized your bathroom products in the wicker baskets.

  2. Pam says

    This is such a great idea for bathrooms without a lot of storage! I wish we had seen this when we were decorating my son’s college apartment.

  3. jeanine says

    I love this what a really great, and cute idea. Would love to make one for my bathroom. There just isn’t enough space or storage in ours so this would be a perfect option!

  4. Amanda Simkin says

    As a Virgo I am crazy about things being organized and I am absolutely LOVING how organized this space is. I will definitely be copying some of these great organizational techniques.

  5. Rebecca Swenor says

    This is an awesome post about DIY towel bar and wicker basket bathroom organizers. I really need to make a couple of these for my bathroom because It is to small to have cabinets. Thanks for sharing the instructions with the idea.

  6. Jenn says

    I love this idea. The baskets are a nice touch and really dress up a bathroom wall. I might give this a try myself.

  7. Bohemian Babushka says

    CUTISIMO!! And so functional! You’re right of course, everyone has an old towel bar that’s seen better days and that’s the perfect use for it. Kudos again for such a good DIY. BB2U

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