- Long center bar perfect for hang drying a towel and guest towel between uses
- Additional hooks for keeping robes and clothes off the floor
- Hangs on most standard interior doors with its durable bracket
- Made from sturdy steel
- Size: 18" x 6.5" x 13.25", Item weight: 1.2 lb, Capacity per Hook: 8-10 KG, Towel Bar Weight Capacity: 5-6 KG
$49.99$25.99FREEUPS or FedEx Shipping
- Delivered to your door
- Assembly may be required
- Excludes Alaska & Hawaii
- Items sold online only
- Not available in-store
Frequently Asked Questions
Bathroom Storage by Ashley Furniture HomeStore
From the latest styles of living room accent tables to bathroom storage, Ashley HomeStore combines the latest trends with technology to give you the very best for your home. With unmatched prices and quality, we’re your one-stop destination for furniture, home accents and more!
What Storage Options are Best for Master Bathrooms?
If you’re the type of homeowner that wants to fit every space with storage baskets, chest and organization, Ashley Homestore has solutions that can grace every corner and wall of your home. From bathroom storage baskets to floor cabinets, we have master bathroom storage options that can organize your space! Add a unique towel rack on your door or next to your bathtub/shower to keep all your linens dry. Store hampers in the bathroom so your dirty clothes have a place to go. You can even use a bathroom storage cabinet to hold all your bath and shower accessories!
What is the Best Bathroom Storage Material?
The best material to use for your bathroom towel storage is wood and treated metal because of the constant humid climate. However, the wood will still need to be properly sealed and painted so moisture doesn’t cause damage. Woods like Oak or Maple can give a rustic and classic look to your bathroom. However, they will wear down over time. Thick woods like teak and bamboo are perfect for the bathroom since they are naturally rot-resistant, and they also add a spa-like feel. .
What Bathroom Storage is Best for my Small Bathroom?
Need space saving tips for small bathrooms? If you have a small bathroom embrace your space with multi-purpose furniture that maximizes on functionality. For example, find a sink or bathroom vanities that also has a bottom cabinet; this lets you store linens and other essentials out of sight. Choose bathroom mirrors that also feature a cabinet, so you can store your medicines and grooming items all in one place. And, don’t neglect your door. Over the door storage baskets lets you keep clutter off the ground, giving you ample floor space. Other small bathroom storage options, like a linen shelf, help you make use of precious wall space.