I am removing the medicine cabinet from the guest bath. The decorative mirror that I am installing would not allow the cabinet to open. The cabinet was a basic mirrored medicine cabinet. Shelf / towel bar combo is a perfect replacement and dresses up the space. This product is a great value. I am very pleased.
I am extremely pleased with my purchase. The price is outstanding for the product you receive.The clean lines & silver tone will go with any color in the bathroom. The shelf is functional yet decorative. My favorite reason why I love this shelf, all the male adults of my family now hold onto the curved bar rather than lean into the wall so that I no longer need to wipe clean the hand prints left behind.
Never seen anything quite like this one. It is sturdy, compact, easy to assemble, and best of all I can get 10 pairs of boots on it! The boots will stay straight, holds up well, and easy to use. A great price for what you get. I would highly recommend product.
I already had one of these in another bathroom, so when it was time to replace a wall unit in another bathroom, I was surprised to find this available. (Original was purchased from a Target store) So very simple to put together that my wife did it. It just looks good, and fully functional for our guest bathroom.
This is such a lovely classy touch to my bathroom, we just gutted and remodeled, so I was very picky as to what decor I'd put on the walls and this was just perfect!, and you couldn't beat the price, I scoured the Internet for the best deal and found it here on ATG!!!
I bought this for my guest room. The white one I have, like this isn't as well made. The metall isn't as strong. I like having both bars and the little knobs on the ends to use as hooks. The hangers over the door are a little too big for my door but the door closes.
I needed a towel hanger in the guest bath. I have a white one, like this one, but couldn't find another white one. However, this one is more solid than the one I have. It is made of a heavier metal. I like the design, because I can hang my robe on the end knobs. It's like serves the purpose of both rods and hanging hooks. The over-the-door hangers are a little too wide for my door. The door will close. It looks good.
I've recently purchased 4 racks, for 4 apartments we own, wanting to give tenants ability to hang & store from 4-6 towels, we put in single towel racks, which was short sighted on our paft for tenant use. Anticipating if I liked them, will buy 5 more. Crome is inexpensive, would love to find Brushed Nickle in same concept, at reasonable price. Just ordered the last five. They are extremely light in weight, but when mounted, quite strong and solid. With 2 screws on each foot, total of 8 screws into wall,....they're very well secured. To mount....We found you can pencil in 1st hole, have someone hold unit & put a level on it, then mark remaining 7 holes. Then drill, set anchors, and mount. Won't take 5 min if you do each piece all 8 at a time. My fear is "rust" at some point. We ordered 1 extra, (+ 3 for home use) just in case it surfaces. SPECIAL NOTE: In 3 of the 1st 5 installs, we needed to shorten the length of the rods, (in tighter spaces) about 4". We learned a lot in making this reduction. Please read on, as this will save you immensely in time and reconstruction. I used a "hack saw" & Magic Marker to facilitate the cut. 1st rack I located an insert at H.Depot to put in place of the discarded "nut" that was in the unused tube. Took nearly an hour to excavate this project, not counting trip to H.Depot & moderate cost. 2nd Unit took about an hr. This is when I got more creative, saving the nuts that were in the unused rod, and resetting into the vacant end of the 20" long rod. 3rd unit, after cutting off 4" I put discarded piece in a vice, wrapped in cloth to avoid scratches. Got a long bolt, and hammer, and knocked the nut out, at the surface end. Then put nut in vice, (with cloth) and screwed in accompanying bolt to insure no damage to threads, but to also guide & hold nut into open end of rod, (rod-now placed in vice) with accompanying cloth. I lightly tapped on bolt end setting nut into tube. Removed bolt, & tapped nut into open end of rod with hammer. Tapped to exact surface....now "Good as New." This process gives you flexibility on tight area mounting, and is a quick "RETRO FIT." For good measure, I filed the cut end, making it smooth...before re-mounting the nut. Having shortened 3 racks, I now have 18 4" tubes. If anyone reading this review....has an idea for a use of the tubes....please publish. Seems a waste to throw away 4" chrome rods, maybe a nut could be inserted in each open end, and some sort of appliance could be made.
This rack is perfect for tiny bathrooms that don't have a lot of wall space for towel racks. I also love that even with the door hangers my bathroom door still closes (the one we had on it before made that difficult).
This is just what we were looking for, a chrome rack with one shelf. It easily holds 2 large bath towels. They do hang almost to the floor, and three would not provide a lot of drying room. It is not flimsy. We are pleased with it.
Love this little towel bar! It is just the thing to hang over the toilet in my new bath. Beautiful in itself, I can also place some essential and decorative things on top, while hanging some hand towels from the bar. It offers a finishing touch to the bathroom.
I have been trying to find a shelf and towel bar combination for several months and have been to all our local department and building material stores and could not find what I was looking for. I Goggled what I was trying to find and found this wonderful online store called ATG Stores. I was very pleased to find exactly what I was looking for. And I love the contemporary style of this item. Thanks for stocking what I have been looking for!!!!
I needed something that would give me extra storage in a small bathroom. I also wanted it to look good. This fit the bill. It is hanging above the toilet and gives the bathroom a very high-end-hotel-chic vibe.
This is a beautiful shelf, elegant in its simple, clean lines, and exactly what I wanted. I found it somewhat diffcult to mount, however, and was afraid I was going to break the glass in the process. One has to hold the pieces all together when putting in the final screw, so a second person would help. Also, there are two very tiny screws that I would have been unable to insert had I not already posessed a tiny screwdriver meant to repair eyeglass frames. This might be something to consider.