My version has a commercially available toilet roll holder mounted on the Ikea mirror holder. I thought that was all I'd need, but it turned out that, since the roll holder is now mounted 90° from what it's designed for, the roll falls off.
The fix was to attach a cabinet knob that matched the rest of the bathroom hardware. The roll fits over top, but then bumps up against it when in use instead of falling off. It also gives you something easy to grab when moving the roll away from the wall, or tucking it back.
Step 1: Materials & tools
- Ikea Frack wall mounted mirror
- Regular toilet paper holder with a threaded hole to match the rod on the Frack (I forgot to take a photo, but mine was supposed to mount something like this: http://www.homedepot.ca/product/green-tea-toilet-paper-holder-polished-chrome/954252)
- Appropriate mounting hardware for your wall/cabinet
- Cabinet knob and long machine screw to match (the one it comes with is probably too short)
- Bench press & bits
- Screw driver / drill
- Pliers/vise grips