Back in March I hung a grouping of iron frogs on the wall in the conservatory bathroom near where the toilet is slated to go.
I hadn’t hung it well and, at the time, even thought it wouldn’t be a convenient place to hang things — towels and robes — I hung it there anyway.
As I was thinking about hanging hooks in the upstairs bathroom I got the notion that hooks on the back of the door would be welcome. (We didn’t have doors back in March.)
The conservatory bathroom door is a full 3 feet wide.
I measured the eye-level rail for the support screws and screwed them into the pressed paper product door. (Ick — one day I might get a REAL door.)
The door still needs to be painted as do all the interior doors in the house. When I decide on a final color I’ll need to remove this rack of hooks to paint.
Until that time it’s useful.
After the toilet is installed we’ll need a cabinet or some art for the bare walls.
Do you move stuff around even after you’ve made holes in the wall?