Diy updating knob and tub dating an unemotional man
Since our boards were already cut, stained, and sealed before being cut to fit behind our tub from our bathroom plank wall, putting the rack together was really quick. Robert and I looked all over the hardware store for a thin metal strip like we’d used on our wood beam doorway but had no luck.A metal strip would have been cheaper, but at least with the hinge, the holes were already drilled.I mean, we’re all imperfect anyway; might as well let our homes reflect that too, right? It’s a big challenge taking pictures in this small, window-less bathroom, so the photos don’t do it justice. This is our daughter’s bathroom that functions as a guest bathroom on occassion so I love how it adds just enough whimsy without being too over-the-top. Kids are more likely to hang their towels on hooks instead of towel bars anyway, right? We cut up the remainder of the hinge to connect the bottom parts of the planks too.I found these cute door knob hooks at Hobby Lobby for 50% off that I knew would be perfect!
I sent a photo and a request for help for the pump we needed to change on our hot tub.
So far, thanks to that handy wood pile, I’ve made this anniversary sign, this arrow growth chart, this mail organizer, and this oversized sheet music.
This time, I decided to put a few leftover pieces from our bathroom plank wall to good use. ) I lined up my 9 16″ boards face down on the ground to measure how long I needed my continuous hinge to be.
, the ' Pumps' and ' Filters categories have had a make over try our new compare option where you can compare up to 4 items at a time next to each other.
We also have a range of accessories including filters, fragrances chemicals and even toys!