BROGRUNDWall shelf with towel railArticle Number703.339.82
Width: 3 ¾ " (10 cm)
Height: 1 ¾ " (4 cm)
Length: 28 " (71 cm)
Weight: 2 lb 12 oz (1.24 kg)
great storage rack for condo bathroomNancylimited closet space in a new condo, so installed 2 of these over the towel rack to store clean bath and hand towels in the bathroom.5
Solid shelfLisaReally solid shelf. Definitely measure twice before drilling holes. All it gives you is how far apart you should drill. Mine were perfect but it seemed really tight to slip on.5
BrogrundFELIXOverall, very good towel rack, only downside is that the wall connecting piece is made of plastic, if the connecting piece is made out of metal, the overall towel rack would be sturdier.
The towel rack is easy to install, looks very classy, and very sturdy.4
Great value product!LIN F.Great value product!4
Metal shelfJeccaStylish, lightweight5
Perfect for my stacked towelsWatergirlBought this as a replacement for the Grrundtal rack I had to leave behind when I sold my house. Wish it came in a longer length, but it works well and looks lovely. I store folded towels on mine.5
good valueC Cookexactly as advertised, Now holding a variety of plush towels and facecloths, all of which are at hand the moment I need them. Thank, Ikea!5
Towel railGG65We’ve purchase three of the towel rail for our main bathroom and it very functional for our needs... and looks very modern5
Unstable and hard to installRunawayfrombrogrundWe've installed this at least 17 times in our bathroom with different strength wall anchors to no prevail. DO NOT try and hang with the equipment you can buy from here. You'll drill more holes in your wall than if you were installing a window. It never seems to want to hold anything more than a single q-tip before flopping down to create a leaning shelf of metal rods. 3/10 would not hang again.1
Perfect kitchen solutionRuru93Easy to set up. Clear instructions *** you will need to get your own screws5
Missing grade of stainless steelPrice is okGrade of stainless steel did not labelled on box to show quality3
Harmony in the bathroom, one detail at a time
The bathroom is a vital part of the home, but it is often small, cluttered and improvised. Okan Demirci, one of our product developers, knows this first-hand. So when starting working on VOXNAN and BROGRUND bathroom accessories, his aim was to help make bathroom life a little easier. The difficult part was to find common needs among different people. That’s where Okan’s many colleagues came in handy.
Several of them were invited to a workshop. They all had different homes and life situations. Some were Swedes who lived in houses in the woods. Others were from Italy and France. Some lived alone, and others with a partner or children.
Working together to find common bathroom needs
For an entire day, they examined people’s frustrations and dreams, including their own. One of the participants was Luca Battistelli who has been with IKEA since 1992. ”I’m not a product development expert,” Luca says, “but you bring your own experience. Some things can be very specific to a person or country, but it’s easier to find things in common than things that are very different.”
Designing little details that make life better
Two designers worked together to solve the challenges identified in the workshop. Take the clutter from lack of space to hang things. Our towel holders already save space with swiveling bars, but they added bars that extend for more tidiness. And what about shared bathrooms? VOXNAN and BROGRUND have styles you can mix and match so everyone’s happy. The accessories have identical wall brackets, too, so if your style or needs change, you can easily swap things without making new holes. ”It’s not a revolution,” Okan says. “It’s just the little details that can help people turn their bathroom chaos into harmony.”
What is stainless steel?
Stainless steel is found in everything from building structures and cars to sinks and knives. It’s easy to see why it has so many uses. Stainless steel is hard and durable and has good resistance to corrosion – namely rust. It generally has a low nickel content, and for IKEA products we mainly use stainless steel that’s nickel-free. Like many other metals, it can be recycled again and again to become new, hardwearing things – without losing its valuable properties.
Form design process
Adding a little harmony to the bathroom, one detail at a time
We've seen from our global home visits that most bathrooms are cluttered, shared and improvised. They're spaces—usually small ones—to get ready during hectic mornings and destress at night. When we started working on VOXNAN and BROGRUND bathroom accessories, our team did something a bit different and held a workshop. Together, they came up with the theme of a bathroom being 'chaos and harmony' and used it to create products that make bathroom life a bit easier for everyone.