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I’ve shared with you our master bathroom progress, and although we have yet to finish the big projects in that space (I’m talking to you, Sauna!), we decided to tackle a few smaller projects in the mean time. It’s the tiny transformations that can make a big impact, yes?

DIY Master Bathroom Hardware- Erin Loechner

I see a DIY waiting in the pipeline... pun intended!

I’ve written before that I always enjoy nontraditional accessories, and when I spotted the above galvanized conduit pipes and fittings at the hardware store, I knew I had the perfect future project in mind for them:

DIY Master Bathroom Hardware- Erin Loechner

Surprise! A TP holder!

I think our little DIY adds the perfect touch of industrial design to our soft, Scandinavian bathroom. But, of course, we didn’t stop there…

DIY Master Bathroom Hardware- Erin Loechner

Behold, the matching towel bars!

I can’t wait to highlight their lovely industrial roots with a splash of black and white typographic art. Perhaps a bus roll banner, even?

DIY Master Bathroom Hardware- Erin Loechner

The easiest DIY ever.

Anyway, the project is so easy that I’m not even going to underestimate your intelligence by explaining it to you. But, of course, if you’re stumped, you can ask me anything you like in the comment section, as always!

DIY Master Bathroom Hardware- Erin Loechner

Next project? Shower door!

What about you, friends? Any small, easy, quick changes you’ve made to your home in the last few days?

Tell me in the comments below.

19 Responses

  1. Excellent! Copper piping is also fun to use in unconventional ways. I am loving this look but just as equally, the mirror project. I've done similar but not with such chunky driftwood-type pieces. A nice juxtaposition of industrial and organic.

  2. erin loechner says:

    Oh I love all of your DIY ideas, friends!

  3. Marion says:

    Hi Erin – first time I'm reading your blog. The pipe idea is super nice … but I do have a question. My only experience with this galvanized kind of piping (&maybe it's because the piping I have is really old) is that a black 'carbon' like substance rubs off on anything that touches it. Has yours been coated with something?

  4. swizrestprogsum says:

    ho.. ho.. ho..

  5. valerie says:

    bonjour je vulais faire ceci pour des étagères et tringles à rideaux et plus mais en france il n'existe pas de rondelle pour accrocher au mur!!

  6. doorhandle says:

    Thanks for the blog. It will really help in the improvement of the house looking by installing these hardware which you have present in the blog.

  7. I like this post as it gives a solution about how to enhance the beauty of the house. The Pictures are really nice and give a solution for enhancing the bathroom appearance .

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