My most favorite home improvement projects are the ones that cost under $20 and can be done in less than 10 minutes. Small changes can make such a big difference in the way we see our spaces and the way we feel in those spaces.
This little project I tackled last week is one I probably should’ve done 13 years ago when we built our house. I’ve never been in love with the layout of our bathroom (even though we designed our home) because no matter where I hung a towel the littlest kiddos couldn’t reach it, and the towel ended up left on the counter and soaking wet for the next person.
A couple years ago I hung a command strip hook hoping this would help. It did until it kept falling off the wall when a child would go to pull the towel down to use.
I used this brand of bathroom accessories in our master bathroom last fall when I started with this exact toilet paper holder (which I adore, and hasn’t budge a bit since I hung it). I knew these were quality pieces that were easy to install so I had no problem popping over to Amazon Prime to order a tiny towel bar and wait 2 days for it to arrive (actually the waiting two days part was a little difficult).
I love it! It’s peel and stick, so it was easy to install, and the littles can reach it well.
I liked this so well that I added two of the 21.7 inch mates to this bar to the back of the bathroom door, for bath towels. One about eye level, and one about waist level.
Side note: The night light is motion activated, so it only turns on when it’s needed. We have them in each of the kids’ rooms, hallways, and kitchen. They also make great gifts! They come in different designs and put off plenty of light.