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DIY: Hanging Galvanized Storage Tray in the Bath

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jul 08, 2015 01:03 AM
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by Julie Carlson last modified Jul 07, 2015

Spotted in a Tuscan bath: a clever hanging solution for toiletries, towels, etc. Here's how to get the look. Above: A tray hangs in Tuscany. See more of the lodgings at The New Dolce Vita: A Reinvented Village in Tuscany . Above: Roost of Sausalito, California, makes Galvanized Trays in three sizes; the large is 24 inches in diameter and is $68 from Collyer's Mansion. You'll need to drill four evenly spaced around the edge of the tray to create openings for the suspension chains (you could use rawhide, too). Then, suspend the tray from a Ceiling Hook from Aubuchon for $1.69, and consult Lowe's for hanging chains by the yard. Above: Gather the four supporting chains (or leather rawhide strips) and suspend from the ceiling hook with  Gruntal S Hooks  from Ikea; $2.99 (for a pack of five). Looking for more bath and kitchen solutions? Go to 7 Bathroom Ideas Borrowed from Nautical Design and  11 Kitchen Storage Tricks to Steal from the Bathroom .   More Stories from Remodelista Small-Space Living: 6 Tips for Maximizing Storage in the Minimal Bath Steal This Look: The Compact Family Bath, Beach House Edition Trend Alert: 5 Baths with Floral-Patterned Tile






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