Keeping your RV neat and organized can be a major drag. Small spaces show clutter easier than a big house, which is why it’s important to invest in space-saving tools.
An RV bathroom can easily become overstocked, with stuff crowding the cabinets, sink, countertop and shower. That’s why we’ve come up with a list of RV bathroom storage ideas to help you out – whether you live or vacation in your RV.
Here are 12 of our favorite RV gadgets to keep your RV bathroom organized.
- 3-Chamber Soap and Shower Dispenser
- Camco A Pop-A-Toothbrush Wall Mounted Holder
- Over-the-Door Storage Organizer Basket
- Quick Dry Hanging Caddy and Bath Organizer
- Pop-A-Tissue- Tisssue Box Holder
- Hook Organizer Rack
- Self-Adhesive Wall Mount Organizer Storage Holder
- StorMate Soft Swab Toilet Brush
- iDesign Over-the-Cabinet Bar Holder
- Turkish Towels
We all know how easy is for bottles to hide out in corners of bathrooms and showers. This shampoo, conditioner and body wash dispenser means you can fill-up and toss out those pesky bottles – a great find for RV bathroom storage.
These large, refillable containers hold 14 ounces of your favorite product and dispenses with the push of a button. Plus, they are super easy to install – no tools required.
You can easily mount this on any tile, marble or plastic wall surface in your RV bathroom.
One of our favorite RV bathroom storage ideas!
Get your toothbrush off the bathroom countertop with this handy Pop-a-Toothbrush wall mount. These hygienic toothbrush holders are awesome as they have a cover to keep your brush head germ-free.
This holder fits two toothbrushes and is easy to install on the wall of your RV bathroom with double-sided mounting tape, making RV bathroom storage a breeze.
We’ve all seen those below-sink RV cupboards crammed with hairdryers and styling products. An over-door styling basket is a simple fix to this RV bathroom storage problem. You can easily store your hot hair styling tools in this basket, which also helps keep the cords organized.
This basket is easy to install on either the inside or outside of a bathroom cabinet door – a great RV bathroom storage idea!
The awesome thing about this hanging shower caddy for RV bathroom storage is that it’s portable. Don’t feel like taking a shower in your RV? Just take this caddy off your shower rod and head to the nearest campground bathroom.
This caddy keeps your toiletries, washcloths, soaps and body washes organized. Be sure to check the curtain rod in your RV bathroom before you buy to make sure this item works for your setup.
This is one of our favorite portable RV bathroom storage ideas.
I used to think microfiber towels were a van life essential but I've totally changed my mind after using these Turkish towels.
The towels are lightweight and way more absorbent than microfiber.
On a recent van camping trip, my partner Tom reached for my Turkish towel way more than his microfiber, so I ended up ordering him one off Amazon! I think this is a van life must have you should definitely add to your list.
You can also use a Turkish towel for picnicking or sitting on the beach.
Need some help organizing your RV? Check out this book.
Do you need some help getting your RV organized? Check out this book, Create Space from Thin Air: Ideas for Adding Storage in your RV, written by full-time RVer Ashley Mann of RV Inspiration.
This full color, 36-page ebook in PDF format includes 75+ color photos and over 60 ideas for storing and organizing.
RVer Ashley Mann wrote this book because she couldn’t find any comprehensive and creative guides to RV organization.
She wants to help you find even more storage ideas for your motorhome.
In this Create Space from Thin Air, you’ll also get:
- Ideas for adapting solutions to fit your needs
- Ways to make use of vertical space for storage
- Tips for finding and utilizing empty space
- Ideas for modifying furniture and built-in spaces to add extra storage
- Step-by-step action plan to help you discover the best storage solutions for your space
You’ll find all sorts of ideas for making use of vertical space, finding and utilizing empty space, and modifying furniture to create even more storage.