Remodeling a bathroom doesn't have to be difficult or overwhelming. Here's what we did to our camper bathroom.
First, we degreased the walls with Zep. We did not sand the walls or anything. Simply use Zep, wipe with a clean damp cloth and paint! We used Dutch Boy Paint from Menards. It's a paint and primer in one. Two coats of that and you're good to go!
We used command wire hooks to install this shelf, and put this cute little artificial plant on it.
I wanted to have more wood in there, so I got this set of arrows and installed them with command strips.
This tub was yellowish, so we used Rustoleum Tub & Tile to paint it white and a year later, it's still holding up!
TOILET PAPER HOLDER, DOOR KNOB & TOWEL HOLDER
We just used some Rustoleoum Black spray paint.
So, there you have it! Ready to tackle your camper bathroom remodel?
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Hi, I'm Christelle. I live in Lansing, Michigan and I love small RV's! I enjoy interior design and decorating,