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Old 02-02-2012, 05:48 PM   #1
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Storage behind toilet....

Those of you that have any unused space behind the toilet? Can you show me some pics of what you may have done. DH is talking about some kind of pvc pipe shelving? I think there may be about 5 inches back there that something needs to be built for storing items such as towels and bath products. Ideas please and pics would be a great help....thanks in advance.
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Old 02-02-2012, 08:10 PM   #2
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Shelly,
Congrats on your Casita. I hope you have many fun adventures with it.
Unless you never use the shower, anything in the wet bath needs to be easily removed for the shower events. I keep supplies in two plastic, sealed "file boxes" that stack one on top of the other. They're easy to pick up (top handles retractable), and move to the main "salon" when the shower is needed.
We have several towel bars, and hooks, in the bath area, which are very helpful.
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Thanks Sherry, I want to be able to take a shower if need be but will basically use the bathhouse. So something like that may work....
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Shelly, some folks have hung a shower curtain in front of the toilet which keeps them from having to towel off the toilet or move the Toilet paper so that may be an option to keep e'thing dry fom the toilet back.
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Thats a good thought. Thank you, might have to do something like that...
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Thats a good thought. Thank you, might have to do something like that...
Some of us also have problems with water leaking under the dinette when we shower, so the shower curtain also prevents that. It also keeps the toilet paper dry.

Use a fabric shower curtain liner if you go that way. It dries in no time!
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