Studs are rarely where you need them when installing towel bars. My Clever husband cut two 30-inch by 3 and 1/2-inch boards ( 3/4-inch thick.) He routed the edges and painted them to match the trim.
Studs are rarely where you need them when installing towel bars. My Clever husband cut two 30-inch by 3 and 1/2-inch boards ( 3/4-inch thick.) He routed the edges and painted them to match the trim. Paula Strelow
Studs are rarely where you need them when installing towel bars. My Clever husband cut two 30-inch by 3 and 1/2-inch boards ( 3/4-inch thick.) He routed the edges and painted them to match the trim. Paula Strelow

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