1. Schooner Chic Suspended Shelves
2. Tucked-Away Wall Unit Towel Unit
3. Treehouse Ladder Hanging Towel Display
4. Uptown Classic Wooden Block Style Towel Shelves
5. Neat & Wired Closet Shelving Unit
6. Vintage Office Multi-Size Basket Stand
7. Room Service Style Tiered Bathroom Stand
8. Gardener’s Helper Towel Shelving Unit
9. Vertical Antique Towel Bar Mount
10. Western Wash Basket Hanging Towel Holder
11. Individual Dissembled Crate Shelves
12. Ship’s Deck Block Style Shelves
12. Open Wardrobe Towel & Linen Storage
13. Folded Towel “Laundry” Basket
14. Workman’s Ladder Wooden Towel Holder
15. Horizontal Bookshelf Style Towel Shelf
16. Country Window Repurposed Towel Rack
17. Barber’s Cabinet Bathroom Shelve
18. Versailles Jardin Scrollwork Towel Rack
19. Simple Shelving Towel Storage Ideas
20. Charming Chair-Mounted Towel Hang
21. Manhattan Hotel Stainless Steel Towel Stand
22. Spa Sophistication Glass Divided Towel Bars
23. Railway Crate Repurposed Shelving Unit
24. Side-Stacked Floor Shelf for Towel Storage
This one is a simple but elegant shelf that can be placed on the floor right next to the basin in your bathroom. It provides you with ample storage space for all your bathroom essentials. It has a beautiful wooden look and is a routine choice for customers.
25. Distressed Metal Farmhouse Bathroom Caddy
If you love modern farmhouse decor, you’ll fall for this three-tiered bathroom caddy. Built on a vintage handcart, it features country-style distressed metal baskets in three sizes. Perfect for holding towels, bath essentials and even a few decor pieces, you’ll have everything ready at your fingertips for your next spa day or, more likely, the kids’ bathtime. The best feature of this piece is that you can use it anywhere! If you ever decide to pull it out of the bathroom, it can double as storage in your kitchen, office or even as an outdoor planter.
26. Simple, Elegant Leather and Metal Towel Ring
This minimalist, Scandinavian style is effortlessly chic. Proving that good things DO come in small packages, this dainty towel ring gets the job done without overtaking your space. Featuring neutral colors and a simple design, this is a piece you can keep for years, blending effortlessly with traditional, mid-century modern and farmhouse themes. If you’re not quite ready for a DIY project, this towel ring comes as a kit that installs with just one screw.
27. Industrial, Strappy Metal Towel Rack
In a style that mimics luxury hotels, these metal towel racks hold your extra supply while adding to your bathroom’s overall decor. For smaller bathrooms or those without a linen closet, wall-mounted storage helps keep your counters and floor clear while providing easy access to the towels you need. This also comes in handy for guest baths, allowing visitors to pull clean towels from the rack as needed.
28. Door Service Mounted Towel Bars
29. Tiered Trio Ascending Towel Baskets
30. Tiered Trio Ascending Towel Baskets
31. Woven Provincial Rolled Towel Basket
32. Above-The-Door Towel Cubby
33. Pantry Style Farmhouse Shelving
34. Bicycle Basket Towel Holder
35. Antique Rolling Toiletry Table
36. Repurposed Washtub Towel Storage
37. Wall-Mounted Metal Towel Bars
This towel holder is mounted to a bar and can very well add an aesthetic element to your space. The bars are black and are folded in an ‘L’ shape at the top. They are wall-mounted and can be used to neatly stack your towels – one on top of the other. You could also color co-ordinate your bars with the color of your wall that it would be mounted on – just to add a little more element to the whole setup.
38. Buttoned Towel Hooks for an Elaborate Wall
This setup is basically for people who want to hang their towels right under a beautifully done wall or any other space. The hooks are minimalistic and are merely buttons so that the attention is not diverted from the wall art. You could use strong, metallic buttons and can hang your towels in your favorite space.
39. DIY Modern Farmhouse Beaded Towel Ring
Wooden beads are taking interior design by storm, popping up on everything from chandeliers to holiday garlands. The key to mastering this new trend is incorporating the look with small accent pieces like this beaded towel ring. Spoon, Fork, Bacon used Rit Dye to color plain wooden beads in her DIY which gives you the option to match your own decor. With only three key components (beads, leather and a metal ring) even beginners can knock this project out of the park!
40. Utility Wire Racks for Bulk Storage
Of course, most people never have all their towels on display at once. To help organize your inventory, wire racks can be used to create custom shelving in any size closet. Coupled with decorative baskets, you can easily create a system to organize your extra towels and bathroom supplies. Installed with only a few screws, you can easily adjust your shelf height to fit whatever storage containers you choose.
41. Rustic Wooden Ladder Drying Rack
Adding rustic elegance to your bathroom, wooden ladders aren’t just for farmhouse-style homes. With sleek lines, this ladder can be painted or stained to blend effortlessly into any decor. In addition to serving as a statement piece, leaning towel holders provide the necessary space for multiple towels to dry at once, a must-have when multiple people are sharing a shower. In addition to being a relatively simple DIY, the entire project costs only about $20 in supplies! What’s not to love?
42. DIY Modern Wood Floating Rack
Thick, metal bars form sharp angles to make this c-shaped modern towel holder. Installing on any unused wall, this rack allows you to take advantage of the space over your toilet or behind the bathroom door. Made of wood, this DIY gives you the flexibility to stain or paint your frame any color, plus, you can size it specifically for your space!
43. Sleek Metallic Curved Towel Holder
This towel holder will not take much of your space. It is sleek and is made up of metal. It is painted in black and has leaves-like structures at its head. It has four to five curved structures in levels where you can easily stack u your rolled towels. At the bottom, it also has a basket space to hold things.
44. Vertically Parallel Hanging Towel Holder
This towel holder set up has a brick shelf on the top where you can place your plants or other essential items. From the shelf, two vertical hoops hang parallel to each other. You can stack your rolled towels one on top of the other. The vertical bands are black while the brick shelf is brown.
45. Bathroom Essentials Towel Storage Container
This is a minimalistic rectangular container that can be used to store your rolled towels vertically. You can easily keep this container on a sturdy surface and can access clean towels from there. T has a text printed on it saying ‘bathroom essentials’ – clearly specifying what it is used for.
46. Wooden Bar Towel Stacking Unit
This towel storage structure is sleek and elegant. Made of wood, it is a vertical bar that is hollow and has ample space so that rolled rowels can be stacked horizontally – one on top of the other. You can color coordinate your towels while stacking them up or can arrange them in different sequences. This setup does not consume a lot of space.
47. Wall-Mounted Cabinet Space Towel Storage Area
This one is much like the cabinets that you can usually spot in bathrooms. It is divided into two rectangular halves and is colored in wooden brown. Stack your clean, rolled towels on the top shelf, and use the other shelf to store all your bathroom necessities. You can also use the vacant space for your plants.
48. Clip Design Towel Hangers
This one is very creative and would instantly grab attention. The towel hangers are shaped and constructed in the shape of cloth clips. They are colored in brown and have been given a very realistic look. This one is a must-have!
49. Simple Wall-Mounted Towel Container
This one is a simple rectangular box-like structure that has been put together with the help of bars. It is simple and very minimalistic and would just rest on one corner of your wall. You can simply stack your rolled towels in it from the open side.
50. Designer Text Hooks for an Added Visual Element
With the head as a shelf that can be used to stack different things as per your need, this setup has hooks that can be used to hang your towels. The hooks emerge from a text that says ‘towels’ – indicating what the hooks are meant to be for.
51. Minimalistic Parallel Bar Design
If you are looking for something simple yet elegant, this design could be your go-to. The best part is that you wouldn’t need an elaborate arrangement for this one. All it needs is two bars that are placed horizontally parallel to one another. The bars are stuck to the wall using tape loops or Velcro loops. And that’s it! Your minimalistic towel bars are ready!
52. Rectangular Star Design Towel Hooks
This towel hook design is for you if you love having plants everywhere. The design is carved out of wood with a rectangular head at the top while wooden bars create Criss-cross patterns to fill up the rectangle. On the bottom of the rectangular structure are carefully placed hooks for your towels. Meanwhile, the rectangle structure has a circular plant design to give it a natural, elegant effect in the middle. The wall behind this structure boasts of positive messages that say ‘hey, there!’ and ‘I like you AND I love you.
53. Wall-Mounted Wooden Towel Storage Space
If you are one of those people who do not like their towels hanging off hooks and would rather have them neatly rolled away, this storage space is for you. It is made of fine quality wood and can be fitted into the wall. Not only does it makes it easier for you to store your towel rolls, but it also comes with three different shelves – one on top of the other – so that you can also store other essentials for yourself along with the towels.
54. Doorknob Towel Hooks – Recyclable and Reusable
Do you love repurposing things in your house? Well, then you would love this one! These are hooks for hanging your towels, except for the fact that they are food knobs and key cases that might not be in use anymore. You could just screw them to the wall and can hang your towels on them.
55. Hanging Towel Bar for Your Beautiful Bathroom Corner
This one can make your bathroom look extremely pretty. This setup sits right next to the washbasin in your bathroom. It is a brick-like shelf and a bar hangs right downwards from the bottom. The brick shelf can be used to place plants in your space while the hanging bar can be used to spread out your hand towel. It is complemented by the beautiful choice of a great bathroom mirror.
56. Bathtub-Side Towel Roll Basket
While you enjoy your time in your bathtub, you should not have to worry about stepping out to grab your towel. For this, the towel roll basket is usually perfect. You can simply stack your rolled towels in this basket. The basket can then be placed on a stool or a table and kept right next to your bathtub for your ease.
57. Meshed Towel Roll Basket Stand
This towel storage stand is a multipurpose setup. You can place your essentials or some plants on the top and can use it as a sort of table. Under that, there are two basket-like structures when you can stack up against your rolled towels and can use one of the baskets to stack up against other essentials like toilet paper rolls.