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DIY Rope Bathroom Decor Ideas

DIY Rope Bathroom Decor Ideas

All decorations with nautical inspired rope can give a special charm to your bathroom. Check out these fantastic DIY decorating ideas from Homelovr.

1. Rope-Shaped Decor

Get the bathroom look tidy with easy rope-based decorations. Anyone who can tie a knot can make one of these.

To set up the towel holder, Use a 1/2-inch natural-fiber rope from a home-supply store. Secure a series of large screw eyes to the wall; feed the rope through, and knot.

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2. Rope Mirror

What Do You Need


  • 1/2-inch-thick natural-fiber rope
  • Unframed 10-inch round mirror
  • Cement glue

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How To Do It


  • Measure and cut 2 segments of rope. One to fit around the mirror’s outer edge, the second to fit just inside the first
  • Glue rope to mirror. Line up the ends for a neat seam.
  • Secure with painters' tape until dry.
  • Once dry, make a knotted hanger: Cut a 45-inch length of rope, and tie a knot on both ends.
  • Glue knotted ends of rope to sides of mirror; one knot should cover the seams. Secure with painters' tape until dry

3. Rope-Handled Caddy

What Do You Need


  • Drill, with 1/2-inch drill bit
  • Wooden tray
  • 1/2-inch-thick natural-fiber rope
  • Twine
  • Cement glue
  • Painters' tape
  • Craft knife

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How To do It


  • Drill 2 holes, 4 1/2 inches apart on ends of tray.
  • Cut a 13-inch length of rope for each handle and feed it through the holes.
  • To hold rope in place, wrap twine around each end 3 times, gluing it as you wrap.
  • Use tape to secure twine until dry.
  • Remove tape, and trim excess rope with craft knife.

4. The Rope Towel Hanger

Use about 2 metres of rope and 2 cup hook. Make sure the hook part is big enough for your rope to loop through and screw straight into plaster walls.

Make two pencil marks using a spirit level to make sure your rail are on a straight line. The stance should be wide enough for one towel to hang. Screw a cup hook into each pencil mark.

Tie a knot with your rope around each cup hook. Leave an even amount of length hanging either side. Add a little bit of glue on the knot to bind it together.​

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About the Author Paulina

Hi, I'm Paulina and I am the person behind this website. I want to help you visualize and create beautiful home. I believe decorating your home is easy, affordable and fun and I will do my best to share the information you need on this site to truly make your house feel like home!

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