I won't lie, the RV bathroom is the hardest room for me to renovate. Not because of the mental hurdle of dealing with stinky tanks, vents, and p-traps. But because a custom renovation in an RV bathroom is SO custom. We run into a problem every time, but we always figure it out. Which means that I am usually the most PROUD of the bathroom, and it's true for this renovation as well!
Everything from this bathroom got removed- the rounded part of the sink base, the sink, the faucet, the medicine cabinet, the toilet, the floor, and the shower door! The ONLY thing we kept was the shower surround.
I added shiplap to the wall behind the toilet and behind the sink area to add a little bit on design to this small space. I did that by ripping 5mm utility board from Lowes down to 5.5" strips on my table saw. Then I used adhesive and 5/8" brad nails to secure them.
I painted the walls with STIX primer, followed by Benjamin Moore's Steam in Scuff X Satin finish. (Linked Below) This paint is super durable but leaves a nice clean coat that is very easy to wash down and cures hard. The cabinet and countertop was painted in Benjamin Moore's Baby Fawn in Scuff X Satin finish (linked below) and was a great contrast to the white walls!
Then it was time for flooring, which really makes the room come together! I used Shaw Matrix Toffee Elm LVP and it may just be my most favorite flooring ever!! (Linked Below)
We installed a new toilet. I added hooks around the toilet area for towel and bathing suit hanging. We installed a vessel sink and new vessel faucet. We added a new residential shower door with clear glass, and added a new shower faucet.
See below for links to EVERYTHING I used to create this relaxing RV Bathroom.
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Wall Color: Benjamin Moore's Steam in Scuff X Satin
Door Color: Benjamin Moore's Brittany Blue in Scuff X Satin
Cabinet Color: Benjamin Moore's Baby Fawn in Scuff X Satin
Plant is from Homegoods- Sorry no links!