Rv Bathroom Organization and Storage Ideas (with pictures)

Looking for some life saving Rv bathroom organization and storage ideas you can do in your camper too?

I have a pretty small bathroom in the Rv (don’t we all) and I am still working on getting it all the way organized.

Below I have some ideas for you that I have done so far to my Rv bathroom.

I’ve also included some amazing Rv organization and storage ideas from others that I will take as inspiration for future upgrades of my own, and hopefully you will do the same…

Related: 15 Camper Bathroom Remodel Ideas for Your Travel Trailer

Use shower caddy adhesive bathroom shelves for above the toilet

I found these shower caddy shelves on Amazon and bought 2 packs of them (they some 2 in a pack).

I put two above my toilet, one in the shower (pictured below) and one on the wall by my bed.

They stick extremely well to everything (even in the shower of course) and come with extra adhesives as well.

I love the pretty stainless steel look and clear adhesive that makes it look sleek and minimal.

I am planning on buying more to organize the kitchen!

Put razor on bathroom medicine cabinet mirror

If you live in an Rv you know that the suction cups for anything does not suction on the Rv shower walls.

So I decided to just stick it right on the mirror.

Works well, does not come off at all when opening and closing cabinet door.

Its right there where I need it and conveniently next to the shower.

I got the Schick Hydro Silk razor and the suction that comes with it holds up very well.

More rv bathroom organization and storage ideas and inspo

Here are some more idea’s I found that will inspire you to organize your rv!

I know I will be using these ideas for the bathroom in the near future and encourage you to do the same!

Having a small bathroom is challenging but with these ideas in mind, I am sure it will make it alot more doable!

In the shower

These plastic containers can be found at Ikea, although I cannot find them online you can find similar ones on Amazon here.

Found on Amazon

Having a shower organizer like this is perfect to keep all your hygiene products you use in the shower together and in one convenient location.

Found on Pinterest

Using a tension rod and a hanging basket in the shower is also another brilliant idea to store hygiene products!

Or you can opt out of storing bottles of shampoo and shower gel in the shower all together and just reload the products into these awesome dispensers for super easy access and a sleek clean look altogether!

I may opt in for this idea soon! It’s really perfect.

You can also get this shower curtain with pockets.

By the sink

Adding shelves to your rv walls is also a great idea for storage above the sink.

I found some really pretty rustic ones on Amazon here.

Using tin cans right on the countertop is a really cute rv bathroom storage idea for your toothpaste and toothbrushes, or whatever else you use daily.

Check out the ones I found here.

Adding big baskets like these to the walls are good for towels and toilet paper.

Or you can just add an actual towel rack

Found this on Pinterest and thought it was super cool, unfortunately I can’t find it online for the life of me But it’s nice to look at. 🙂

Under the sink

Found on Rvobsession

Using plastic containers like these and this label maker is perfect for a way to organize and store all your beauty supplied or nail polishes under the bathroom sink in your rv.

The wicker baskets are also very neat for things you would normally put under the sink like peroxide and rubbing alcohol, I’d also use them for my hair straightener and blow dryer. These green ones are so adorable!

The dollar tree has so many cute baskets and storage solutions I could literally write an entire post on all the fun organization and storage stuff they have for Rv’s… (note to self)

But for now check out this basket from the dollar tree that is perfect for under the sink in the rv bathroom.

Baskets and tension rods under sink can work as well.

This is a really cool under the sink organizer that is already built for you, all you have to do is stick it under the sink and put your stuff in it. So convenient! I found something similar on Amazon here.

Found on wearevan.com

Using shower caddies under the sink is clever too.

By/above the toilet

Found on Pinterest

(picture source unknown) Found on Amazon

Use a small narrow dry food container as a waste basket for the rv bathroom.

View this post on Instagram

✨#transformationtuesday water closet edition… You guys have been asking where I keep all my bathroom products after my @dermstore and @sephora haul so I figured I’d give you a bathroom tour! Stay tuned for the full look of my tiny rv bathroom later this week. In the meantime here is my tiny little toilet room with lots of green ? that I painted ! . . . . #designyourspace #lonnyliving #hometour #smpliving #timeouthomes #Smmakelifebeautiful #midmod #tinybathroom #rvbathroom #watercloset #smallspaceliving #skoolieconversion #vanlife #smallspacesquad #muralsofinstagram #Hyggehome #plantsplantsplants #thatroomiseverything #mystylishspace #beckiowenstransformationtuesday #sunsetmag #plantsofinstagram #mybhghome #sherwinwilliamspaint #livingtinyproject #rvinspiratioxn #freehandpainting

A post shared by LeeAnn | rvlife | psycho ? mom (@leeannieblivin) on

Two towel bars installed vertically can hold towels like the professionals.

Fun, clever and unique.

On the doors

Found on Pinterest

Get these exact over the counter organizers on amazon.

You can also use these over the door towel bars.

Over the cabinet baskets are very convenient for small things under the sink.

Over the cabinet towel bars are a good idea if your really sparse on space.

Using some narrow plastic storage trays baskets and command hooks are a clever idea for behind the cabinets under the sink.

You can store hair clips and small things like nail polish in them.

Rv toilet paper storage ideas

I found these really cool wide magazine holders that are inspired by this picture to hold toilet paper in.

This is a neat concept. Its a plastic bag holder but it’s perfect for fitting toilet paper into it.

You can mount it behind your cabinet or somewhere near the toilet for easy access. So cool!

Here is the white one I found on Amazon, awesome for painting it whatever color you want.

Inside the drawers

Find on Amazon

Bamboo drawer organizers are beautiful for the rv.

These interlocking drawer dividers are really convenient and will stay in place while traveling too!

This is a good idea to mix and match different sized tiny baskets in the drawers.

Here are some of the baskets I found on amazon below, click the pic to find the price, reviews, and details on them!

You can also find this adjustable expandable organizer tray for the bathroom drawers here.

✅ Rv bathroom accessories that will make life easier

Click on the pictures to find reviews, prices and details of each item! These are some of the things I wil be getting for my bathroom!


Final thoughts

As you can see, there is plenty of ways to organize your bathroom in the Rv.

I cannot wait to put some of these rv bathroom organization and storage ideas to use myself!

It’s hard at first to deal with a small bathroom when downsizing into an rv, but I am confidents with these tip it’ll be way easier to deal with!

What’s your favorite way to organize your rv bathroom?

Let me know in the comments below!

P.S. Follow my Pinterest account here for some more rv organization and storage ideas! 🙂

Pin for later

Huge list of rv organization and storage ideas for small spaces in your camper. Living in a camper full time tips | Rv organization and storage ideas in a travel trailer. #rvstorage #rvorganization #rvtips #traveltrailer
Huge list of rv organization and storage ideas for small spaces in your camper. Living in a camper full time tips | Rv organization and storage ideas in a travel trailer. #rvstorage #rvorganization #rvtips #traveltrailer

Jenn at Camperology

Hey there! Jenn here, I run this website. I live full time in my 2005 27' Fleetwood Terry Dakota with my son, partner, cat and dog. I created this website to help make your camper feel more like home while living in it full time. I enjoy finding new ways to organize and makeover my travel trailer, blogging, and drinking coffee.

Recent Posts