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Pool organization

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Pool Towel Stand I made for my stepdad. It's a fence post from Lowe's I attached some hooks to and placed in a flower pot with a few inches of quick-create in the bottom to hold it up but not be too heavy so it would be easy to move. I then put some sand on top of quick-create and rocks on top of sand for looks.

Pool Towel Stand I made for my stepdad. It's a fence post from Lowe's I attached some hooks to and placed in a flower pot with a few inches of quick-create in the bottom to hold it up but not be too heavy so it would be easy to move. I then put some sand on top of quick-create and rocks on top of sand for looks.

Keep your pool area neat and tidy with pool organization solutions,including mesh bins, wicker storage, towel bars, and more.

Keep your pool area neat and tidy with pool organization solutions,including mesh bins, wicker storage, towel bars, and more.

A simple and affordable way to organize outdoor pool toys and towels - Ask Anna

I'm sharing a simple and affordable solution to organize pool toys, towels, and all the other outdoor clutter. It costs less than $20 and save you lots of frustration!

Summer in Arizona can only mean one thing, pool time! With temperatures reaching 100-120 degrees daily, we have spent hours and hours by the pool. We realized that pool activities require a bunch of accessories, toys, etc. We have pool floats, diving rings, goggles, towels, sunscreen and tons more. By the looks of our little shelving area, it was time for some color and a Pool Organizer. The shelving unit was working great but the bins were very sad looking and my kids just threw everything e...

Summer in Arizona can only mean one thing, pool time! With temperatures reaching 100-120 degrees daily, we have spent hours and hours by the pool. We realized that pool activities require a bunch of accessories, toys, etc. We have pool floats, diving rings, goggles, towels, sunscreen and tons more. By the looks of our little shelving area, it was time for some color and a Pool Organizer. The shelving unit was working great but the bins were very sad looking and my kids just threw everything…

Pool Towel Stand. I made this one for my Dad. I used a 6 1/2 foot treated 4x4 and added a post cap to the top. I used garage hooks, painted them a cream color to match the starfish. Placed the 4x4 in a flower pot with a few inches of quick-create to keep it centered and upright. Then put sand on top of quick-crete and added rocks of top.

Pool Towel Stand. I made this one for my Dad. I used a 6 1/2 foot treated 4x4 and added a post cap to the top. I used garage hooks, painted them a cream color to match the starfish. Placed the 4x4 in a flower pot with a few inches of quick-create to keep it centered and upright. Then put sand on top of quick-crete and added rocks of top.