Towel rings are great for holding hand towels in style. Here is a list of 10 that make for handy additions to modern bathrooms.
Moll Towel Ring features an angular modern design with a zinc alloy construction in a shinning chrome finish. The edges round out at the bottom for a soft look.
More angular than the last, the Edition 11 Towel Ring is popular for its sleek, solid brass construction. The strong linear design brings a stately elegance to the modern bathroom.
The Aimes Towel Ring features crisp angles that curve into an interesting shape. Mounting hardware for both drywall & tile is included, giving you the tools you need to install with ease.
Also Ring Towel Holder features a solid brass construction for maximum durability. For added ease of use, the open circle design makes hanging hand towels a breeze.
Rectangular Towel Holder AC933 Stainless Steel is a sleek addition to any modern bathroom. Its slim frame is made entirely from durable stainless steel, so it will withstand rust and corrosion.
The thick, circular band on the Extreme Towel Ring lends a modern charm that adds character to the bath space. It mounts with ease and will last for years to come thanks to its solid brass construction.
The Bath Life Towel Ring is a convenient way to keep your hand and bath towels. Its linear open hook design is minimal and stylish.
A standard and elegant towel ring, Citterio Towel Ring exudes class. Best of all, it’s available in two finishes to match your decor.
The Starck Towel Ring is my favorite towel ring. I love that it looks like the bass circle is effortlessly hanging on a hook.
The flat structure of the Allure Towel Ring gives it a sleek modern aesthetic. Mounting hardware is included to make your install quick and painless.
Everett is a new addition to the YLiving team and is eager to offer the best in modern bath design to our customer. Hailing from a farm in Upstate New York, Everett is an avid outdoor enthusiast with interests ranging from skiing and hiking to outdoor barbecues. He has spent winters as a ski instructor in Park City, UT and has been a chef in restaurants and food trucks all around San Francisco. In his free time he enjoys exploring the wonderful, sights, entertainment and cuisines that California has to offer.