Deciding to live like a nomad on four wheels can be exhilarating. Think of all the places you can go without minding about nosy neighbors or mowing an overgrown lawn, and all the hassles that usually come with normal homes. Living in an RV allows you astounding freedom.
Given the cramped living conditions, however, it is a fact that you’ll also be missing certain comforts that a “normal” house bathroom offers. With this, the need to maximize every square inch footage of this space. To make it more pleasant, these RV bathroom accessories definitely hit the mark.
RV Wall Mount Toothbrush Holder. Make good use of your RV bathroom’s wall by adding a wall-mounted toothbrush holder. Now, your sink can be free from unwanted mess out of your toothbrush. Simply look for a toothbrush holder that you can install with a strong adhesive backing on your RV bathroom’s wall. Additionally, you may want to choose one that holds multiple toothbrushes—and perhaps, a razor, too!—as well as a toothpaste dispenser for practical purposes and for a more organized feel.
Wall Mounted Soap Dispenser. Bath gels can be messy. You can add a shower caddy but with all the movement in your RV, it can easily fall off leaving you with more trips to the store and more money spent on new bottles. For convenience’s sake, install a wall-mounted dispenser that will hold your liquid bath soap or gel. You may also add wall-mounted shampoo and conditioner dispensers to complete the deal. Now, no more messy bottles to add hassle to your space-deprived bathroom space.
Magnetic Shampoo/Conditioner Holder. Another excellent option than that of a wall-mounted dispenser is the magnetic holder. Obviously sharing the same concept of a wall-mounted dispenser, this holder (sometimes called “wrapper”) make good use of a bathroom’s vertical wall space leaving no mess on a sink or floor. With magnetic holders in place, you can simply go about your bathroom activities and reach out to a shampoo or conditioner bottle without any fuss.
Shower Curtain/Bathroom Organizer. Hate wall-mounted dispensers? Can’t stand magnetic holders? One way of keeping all your bathroom stuffs—shampoo, conditioner, soap, bath gels, loofah, scrub, razor, toothbrush, toothpaste, etc. – in one space is to install a shower curtain that also doubles as a bathroom organizer. On one side is a typical aesthetically appealing design, while the area facing the RV bathroom’s interior come with a waterproof storage nets to hold your shower items in place.
Towel Holder. It’s almost impossible to have a bathroom with no towel holder. While “normal” bathroom has vast choices of towel holders, your RV home may be limited to practical ones. Choose either wall-mounted or screw-on holders that can hold at least the exact number of towels vis-à-vis number of inhabitants in your mobile abode. Consider also a towel holder that has storage space on top for other items.
Non-slip Bathroom Rug. Drips and splashes in your RV bathroom can turn a floor wet and slippery. This somehow increases risk for fall. With limited space to maneuver, hitting yourself with the toilet bowl can cause severe injuries. To prevent such from happening, pick a non-skid mat that keeps the bathroom floor feel dry while preventing the usual trips-and-falls. For greater safety, you may want to just put out the non-slip mat during bath time.
Self-Adhesive Toilet Paper Roll Holder. With water being a common problem in RV living, installing a self-adhesive toilet paper roll holder is the wisest thing to do. All you need to do is clean and dry a bathroom’s wall surface, preferably near the loo, and stick the holder in place. To add more convenience, consider using easy-to-dissolve toilet paper to save money and prevent unwanted build-ups.
Corner Wall Mirror. Optimize bathroom wall space by installing a wall mirror. Not only will the idea of adding a mirror gives an illusion of a bigger space, it’s also considered a need for good grooming or physical maintenance. To save, choose one that can be used in a corner or perhaps, one that comes with LED lighting for added convenience.
Portable Dehumidifier. Trapped moisture is a horrific thing even in normal homes. So much more so in a space-challenged RV when circulation can be less. Mold can easily wreak havoc not only to your bathroom space, but to overall living space. With this, you will need a dehumidifier that ensures humidity is kept at safe levels and your mobile home is safe from molds infestation.
Toilet Bowl Cleaner. Water is always a contention in every RV bathroom and having a device to get rid of nasty “leftovers” in your bowl is a welcomed invention. Look for handheld variety that doesn’t require electricity. As much as possible go for items that have been receiving positive reviews concerning all sorts of gunk removal from your RV’s toilet bowl. Use one that saves water, too.
Without a doubt, there are more RV bathroom accessories in the market that you can buy. This list pretty much covers all the practical stuffs you need to make your nomadic life much more comfortable and fuss-free. With these at hand, you can finally turn your cramped bathroom into a relaxing and elegant haven for you to recharge and invigorate prior to starting or ending the day.