Introduction

Standard height range for most toilet paper holders is between 28” and 30” depending on specifications, preference and toilet height.

Step 1

Measure and Mark Placement

Determine the location of the toilet paper holder and mark with a permanent pen. 

Based on the measurements, mark the holes for the left side mounting plate, where it will be secured to the wall.

Step 2

Determine Spacing

Measure from end post to end post on the toilet paper holder to determine the spacing of the mounting plates. (Ours is 6-1/4”.)

Then measure and mark that distance from the original marks for the other mounting plate.

Step 3

DIY TP Holder

DIY TP Holder

Using a torpedo level, mark the two hole locations for the right side wall plate based on the marks for the left side mounting plate.

Make Sure It's Even

Using a torpedo level, mark the two holes for the right-side wall plate based on the marks for the left-side mounting plate.

Step 4

DIY TP Holder

DIY TP Holder

Double check all of the marks for level both vertically and horizontally and draw a precise ‘+’ mark where holes will be drilled.

Double Check Your Marks

Double check all of the marks for level both vertically and horizontally and draw a precise "+" mark where holes will be drilled.

Step 5

DIY TP Holder

DIY TP Holder

Using a ¼” glass and tile drill bit, drill holes in the tile on all four ‘+’ marks made in step 6.

Drill Holes

Use a 1/4” glass-and-tile drill bit to make the holes in the tile on all four "+" marks.

Step 6

Secure Mounting Plates

Insert plastic anchors into the holes. (They're usually provided with the toilet paper holder.) Secure the mounting plates to the wall using the provided screws.

Step 7

Mount the Fixture

Slide the left side accessory with the pivoting arm on first and then secure the right side accessory by pushing flush against the wall and then down onto the mounting bracket.

Slide the toilet paper roll on to the left side pivot arm.