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I absolutely love RV bathroom makeovers. As they are usually quite tiny, you can make a big impact with just a small change. Sometimes just changing the shower curtain does the trick, but if you are after more ideas on how to change your space from dab to fab, read below 15 ideas on how to transform your RV bathroom!
These Peel and Stick tiles from The Home Depot look like authentic tiles, but they are light-weight and super easy to install. What a difference!
Here Jessica from @thelifeofweeks has expanded beyond the backsplash and used the peel and stick tile on all her walls. Looks fantastic! Make sure to click on the arrow to see what it looked like before.
You can make your RV bathroom look less tiny with a simple and coherent color palette – a basic principle is to pick no more than 5 colors.
6 – Wallpaper
If you are after a big impact, try wallpapering your RV bathroom. Don’t feel like you are restricted to use a small pattern – sometimes the wow factor can actually make your bathroom look bigger! If you are worried, try on just one wall first.
Usually adding more stuff into almost claustrophobic places doesn’t work, but plants are an exception. Look at this inviting bathroom by Lee Ann and swipe to see the before picture – what a lovely transformation!
Make your RV bathroom smell lovely with your own, non-toxic homemade air fresheners. You’ll find some great tutorials here.
If you are looking for a way to keep your towels smelling nice and fresh, consider making these easy DIY deodorizer disks. Read more here.
14 – Make your own scented soap
This soap looks so yummy! To make your bathroom smell lovely, DIY some scented soap. This fabulous watermelon soap tutorial can be found here.
15 – Match your towels or dye them
One way to spot a luxury bathroom is matching towels. If your towels are already pretty old and mismatching color, but still usable, try dying them like Sweet Unwrapping Life did (see below), read more here.
If your towels are not as soft they used to be, try washing them with a cup of vinegar and then baking soda – you’ll have lovely, soft towels again.
And that’s it for now, please leave me a comment of what you think!