Use a pipe to maximize the space in your bathroom
In some houses, it looks like the architect designed everything but forgot the bathroom and later tried to squeeze it into the layout in a tiny corner. If your bathroom is a cluttered mess that looks more like a storage closet, we have a great idea for you. Check out the amazing solution that this woman came up with...
This trick shows just how useful pipes can be. In this case, the woman had a tiny bathroom covered almost completely in tiles. This made it difficult to attach anything to the walls.
She opted for a corner bar to cover two walls, but a straight one is even easier. First she joined 24-inch and 48-inch pipe nipples and used the T-connector at the corner and street elbows and floor flanges at the ends.
After fitting the pipes together, she cut 1" x 6" boards, a little longer than the pipes. You can cut them shorter but then you can't go longer if you cut too short. Then she attached the two boards with screws on the sides.
She then inserted a bushing into the open end of the T-connector and marked where that hit the board. Next, she drilled a hole of about a half inch to match the bushing. The inserted bushing prevents the corner from sagging. The next step was to stain the wood with one coat of Rust-Oleum Early American. The next day she screwed the flanges to the wood, marked the place where the studs were located on the wall and screwed the board to the wall.
And you're done! This woman now has space for everything she wants and more. A really nice and functional addition that can be expanded and adjusted as you like. In her case, she decided to put a hanging shelf for bottles and other products, and some hooks to hang towels. The result is so fantastic, check it out!
You can watch how it's done in this video...