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Keep Your Bathroom Sane With This DIY Family Towel Tree

DIY Family Towel Tree from Dremel Weekends

We’re happy to partner with DremelWeekends, a new DIY website from Dremel featuring step-by-step guides to craft, home and garden projects for all skill levels. New projects weekly, ranging from outdoor movie screens to built-in shelving, with lots of inspiring, fresh ideas in between.

Y'know what's fun? When you step out of the shower to find that your favorite towel is missing. Or even better, that all the towels are missing! Everyone likes standing around dripping wet and helplessly begging for someone, anyone, to bring them a towel. Right?

Towel Tree with branches for every member of the family
Nope. So, here's an easy, original DIY project that will help you avoid that unfortunate (unsightly?) situation. It's a family towel tree; every member gets a branch customized to their height. For a special touch, add some stamped metal leaves.

This project requires nothing more than some plywood, some simple hand tools, and a Dremel Moto-Saw (it's basically a handheld or bench-mounted precision scroll-saw/coping-saw!).

Dremel Moto-Saw

Click on to read all the step-by-step instructions on how to make your own one-of-a kind family tree. [Towel Tree on DremelWeekends]

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Linda T. on Aug 05, 2013:

Problem is, all the places I've been where towels are hung in a 'bunch', rather than spead out as flat as possible, they become sour really fast, so unless you are willing to put fresh ones out everyday, try not to breath!

I change my wash cloth everyday, but washing 14 towels a week seems a bit much and waste of water and detergent too, not tp mention time.


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