Easy Decorative Handtowel Display

I have this long, narrow counter in a long, narrow hallway that accesses bedrooms.......
and a penchant for collecting decorative handtowels...
So with the help of a black, decorative curtain rod I put two and two together.
Easy Peasy!

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  • Chris Los
    on May 23, 2017

    Love the curtain rod idea! Off topic question ... what is your counter top made of?
    Details, if possible please!
    • Judy
      on May 23, 2017

      Thanks Chris - The countertop is granite. It's called Ivory Cream. This is a hallway that accesses bedrooms and we choose to match the cabinets and counters that are in the kitchen. Because the hall is long and narrow we chose to use upper and lower cabinets in hopes of giving the hall a bit more of an open feeling. (The old cabinets were floor to ceiling). The lighting is simple rope lighting that is plugged in to outlets that are installed inside the cabinets and are controlled by the wall switch you can see in the pics.
  • Lac9986002
    on Jun 30, 2017

    Very nice. Good job

  • Hes29481900
    on Sep 4, 2017

    • Judy
      on Sep 4, 2017

      The lighting is simple rope lighting (Home Depot) mounted on the underside of the cabinets at the wall. Their cord runs through a hole and in to a cabinet where there is an outlet. The outlet is controlled by the wall switch you can see in the photos.

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