Bathroom Organiser

We call it a bathroom organiser, but this versatile DIY project can double up as a veggie rack or even a place for the kids’ toys to live. Peter and Annalien shows you how to build a three tiered wooden organiser, with simple to follow steps.

You will need

Tools Material list
PCM 7 Compound Mitre saw 20mm Pine PAR
PST 18 Jigsaw Legs 55mm x 1240 mm – 4 pieces
PSR 18 Cordless drill plus 35mm drill bit Support slats 20 mm x 450mm – 6 pieces
PEX 220 sander Top crossbeam – 120 mm x 450mm – 1 piece
PFS 2000 Spray gun 10mm ply wood (good qualtiy)
Pof 1400 router Bottom rack sides 450mm  x 100mm – 4 pieces
Palm router Bottom rack bottom slats 50mm x 400mm – 9 pieces
  Middle and top rack sides 50mm x 450mm – 8 sides
  Middle rack bottom slats 50mm x 350mm – 9 pieces
  Top rac k bottom slats 50mm x 250mm – 9 pieces
  Pine PAR  20mm thick
  Towel rail sides 1240 x 400 mm – 2 pieces
  35mm wooden dowels (curtain rod) 600 mm – 4 pieces
  3,5 x 30mm screws
  4 x 40mm screws
  3,5 x 20mm screws
  wood glue
  water based paint (light colour)
  wood filler pine

Follow these steps:

Start with baskets – 3 different sizes

  • Cut frames to size and assemble
  • Attach bottom slats

Build the frame

  • Mark out the angle for the top
  • Cut bottom leg level
  • Attach bottom support slats
  • Cut shape into top support slat
  • Assemble legs and baskets
  • Router edges of legs
  • Apply base paint
  • Apply paint dye/tinting for paint effect

Take a closer look:

IMG_7423 IMG_7422 bathroom organiser

Download the instruction template:

Bathroom organiser pdf download