Apply wood glue to the joins of the towel rack side at the ends (1200mm
and 800mm lengths) to secure to the 700mm cross bars, creating an “athletics hurdle” shape.
Use a clamp to position all joints at a 90-degree angle and make sure all pine pieces are lying straight. Once secure, insert a driver bit into the power drill, and drive a wood screw into the pilot hole, joining the two pine wood lengths together.
Continue to do this to all joins, until you’ve created two “hurdle” shaped towel rods, one 1200mm high, the other 800mm high.
Join the ends of these secured towel rods to the 2 x 220mm base in the same fashion.
Optional step: For more stability, asecure two 156mm pine lengths in between the two differently sized towel rods with wood glue and screws.
TIP: Use the power drill to drive the wood screw heads slightly under the surface of the wood, to countersink them and conceal them with wood filler later. You can also use a countersink drill bit to do this.