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View Poll Results: Which arrangement do you prefer?
Toilet in a room with no other fixtures 14 24.14%
Toilet and lavatory in a room with bath tub located in different area 11 18.97%
Toilet, lavatory and bath tub located in one room with one door 33 56.90%
combination of toilet and shower unit (sit on toilet and shower with hand held shoer head) 0 0%
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Old 03-12-2012, 08:28 AM   #29
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Originally Posted by Bo Walker View Post
What is the best bathroom fixtures arrangements?
Personally I think my 2005 Damon Intruder 377w has about the best bathroom/toilet arrangement of any RV I have ever seen. Though I would like one improvement.

First in the very back is a full bath, This has a toilet (To the right as you enter) a Shower (To the left) and a double vanity (straight ahead) If I were designing it I'd replace the shower and one lav with a tub/shower, but that's cause I'm a big guy and RV showers (And park showers for the most part) are NOT BIG!!!!!!

Then there is the bedroom (Moving toward the front) double slide full width and then some.

A short hall to the "Great room" has a small room off to the side of it, WIth a good SOLID door (The main bath has french doors) That's the half/bath and my Ham radio room.

The reason for the half, of course, is if you pull off the road for a quick trip to the place you make quick trips to.. You do not have to put out slides or climb over the bed.

But the effect is: 2 holes.. No waiting

And I can tell you that 2nd hole is priceless!!!!!!

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