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Old 07-08-2016, 10:36 AM   #1
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My wife is looking to add some kind of additional bathroom storage for things like towels and washcloths. the space high above the toilet seems like a good place to add something. Anyone have any good solutions for a lightweight way to add a little additional storage?
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You might be able to install some of the space saver racks like you see in stick house closets across that area to place your towels on.
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Old 07-08-2016, 11:28 AM   #3
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You might be able to install some of the space saver racks like you see in stick house closets across that area to place your towels on.
actually now that you mention it, I replaced all of the wire racks on our house with better custom shelving, I still have some of that wire shelving in the basement, that could work out nicely...
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the space high above the toilet seems like a good place to add something.
this is what I did over the bathroom window,...... works great for us
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thanks fella10, how did you secure that to the wall? In my case it's an interior wall and I'm nervous about drilling/screwing into any wall in my new camper.
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thanks fella10, how did you secure that to the wall? In my case it's an interior wall and I'm nervous about drilling/screwing into any wall in my new camper.
screwed right to the wall and the side cabinet,......I could not find a single vertical aluminum stud in that area like I thought I would, so I was hesitant at first, because my primary intent was to use it to hold heavy items like jugs of my tank cleaning chemicals,.... each shelf has a back piece to screw thru, plus there was already a wooden piece over the window to sit it on,.... and also screwing into the side cabinet gave additional support,...... it does have quite a few screws holding it, but I don't intend to ever remove it, so I don't see them as being a problem and it has proven to be sufficiently sturdy enough to hold the weight, ... we're happy with the extra storage space..............
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