Make a Pedestal Sink Skirt Rod


Have you ever priced rods for your bathroom pedestal sink? They are around $200 for a good one. I made one in less than an hour with plumbing supplies from the local hardware store and saved myself over $155. Let me show you how easy.
2- floor flanges (1/2 inch)
3- 1/2 bars
2- 90 degree angle elbows (1/2 inch)
2- floor flanges (1/2 inch) 3- 1/2 bars 2- 90 degree angle elbows (1/2 inch)
Screw it all together - you'll need some muscle and a wrench. To test how straight you have it, put it on the floor and make sure all corners touch the floor without rocking.
Screw it all together - you'll need some muscle and a wrench. To test how straight you have it, put it on the floor and make sure all corners touch the floor without rocking.
make a pedestal sink skirt rod, bathroom ideas, diy, home decor, how to
I use a Monkey Hook to find studs in the wall. You'll have to use sheet rock toggles if you don't land on a stud. If you don't know what either of these things are - Google them -. Very useful tools for hanging heavy items on the wall.
I use a Monkey Hook to find studs in the wall. You'll have to use sheet rock toggles if you don't land on a stud. If you don't know what either of these things are - Google them -. Very useful tools for hanging heavy items on the wall.
make a pedestal sink skirt rod, bathroom ideas, diy, home decor, how to
I am using a shower curtain and rings for the skirt, which will come in a separate post.
I am using a shower curtain and rings for the skirt, which will come in a separate post.
Here is a preview of the after. :)
Here is a preview of the after. :)
Down to Earth Holly

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  • Michelle
    on May 26, 2016

    Did you have to measure side and front to know what to get for pipe

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