The ideal way to dress up an outdated bathroom or add personal flair to a small space, new bath hardware is an inexpensive alternative to a costly bathroom remodel. Our bath hardware collections are the perfect balance of form and function. Updating your bath hardware will instantly breathe new life into your bathroom - and provide a sturdy, convenient place to hang your towels. Say goodbye to loose, wobbly towel racks!

We're proud to offer a wide variety of hardware styles from leading brands such as Allied Brass, Creative Bath, Elite, Gedy, Blomus and Taymor. Go bold with a contemporary, modern collection such as clear lucite with chrome or gold trim from Creative Bath, or bring old world elegance to your bathroom with an Antique Brass or Satin Brass collection from Branson. For a modern take on traditional designs, decorate your space with the Lola oil rubbed bronze collection or Elite matte black collection featuring sophisticated detailing. We offer a wide variety of hardware finishes, from polished brass, polished nickel and polished chrome to satin chrome and satin nickel. Whatever your style preference, we have a bath hardware collection for you!

Typical bath hardware sets include eight or eleven pieces. An eight piece set is ideal for decorating 1.5 baths, and typically includes one 18" towel bar, one 24" towel bar, two towel rings, two robe hooks and two toilet paper holders. An eleven piece set is perfect for 2.5 bathrooms, and includes everything from an eight piece set, along with one additional 24" towel bar, one additional robe hook and one additional toilet paper holder.

Easy to install and built to last, our bath hardware collections feature wall mount hardware for painless and quick installation. While installation instructions can vary slightly from between brands, most bath collections include small, set screws that are easy to set and adjust, and hold once set. Toilet paper holders can typically be installed with a single screw into an anchor.

When shopping for a new bath hardware collection, keep in mind the style and size of your current bathroom. If several people share the bathroom, consider investing in an extra towel rack so there's room for everyone to hang their towels. If you're pressed for space, towel rings don't take up much wall space and still allow you to hang up your towels. Geddy mounted hardware accessories, such as toothbrush holders and soap trays add a classy touch. And if you are buying individual hardware fixtures (rather than an entire collection) don't forget the matching toilet paper holder! It's budget friendly, looks great on the wall, and will really tie the entire bathroom together.

  • Choosing the Right Hardware for Your Bath
    A bathroom re-do wouldn’t be complete without brand-new hardware. Why? Because styles have come a long way and your room will still look dated if you use those tired old fixtures. Today’s bathroom hardware comes in many styles and finishes; think of it as jewelry for your bathroom. But how do you choose the right set for your space?

    Determine Your Style Is your bathroom modern, contemporary or traditional? What kind of feel are you trying to create—sleek and sophisticated, warm and cozy, or light and airy? The style and finish you choose should reflect the mood and decor of your bath. A modern space needs sleek, straight lines and shiny nickel finishes while a traditional bath comes to life with rubbed bronze or antique brass finishes and graceful, curved lines. If your bath is contemporary, you can choose brushed nickel pieces in a variety of styles.

    Coordinate Accessories Your towel racks, toilet paper holders, and the like should coordinate with the drawer pulls and handles on your cabinets, as well your faucets. The finishes don’t have to match exactly, but they should at least echo each other’s design features. For example, matte black oval cabinet handles will work well with rubbed bronze accessories that have a oval accents. Items placed near each other should harmonize and appear as if they belong together unless you are deliberately trying to create a mismatched look. But shiny nickel towel bars won’t work well with antiqued bronze faucets.

  • Towel Rack Guide
    A towel rack is a fixture on which towels are hung. Simple, right? Well, maybe not. Under the label “towel rack” are a number of fixtures that can both hold your towels and enhance the look of your bathroom. Most towel racks are available in a variety of finishes: nickel, pewter, stainless steel, wrought iron, and brass.

  • Hooks
    Hooks save wall space and can be an option to traditional towel bars. They are ideal for hanging damp towels, and work well in shared bathrooms because everyone can have a towel hook of their own. They come in a variety of finishes and can come as part of a matched set of bath accessories.

  • Rings
    Towel rings hold hand towels and washcloths by the sink and are a space-efficient alternative to keeping towels on the vanity top. They can be complete rings or have an open end. Some are not even rings at all, but rectangles. Towel rings are also available in several finishes and often have matching accessories.

  • Bars
    Traditional towel bars come in a variety of sizes, from around 18 inches to about 32 inches. There are straight and curved varieties available. No matter what your decorating style, there is bound to be a towel bar that will coordinate perfectly.

  • Racks
    Towel racks and towel valets are alternative ways to store towels. A rack is usually large and can either be free-standing or wall mounted. Many have a towel-warming feature. A valet is a free-standing rack that holds only a few towels.

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