Our Cruiser 325 CK Patriot/Provincial came without towel bar or toilet paper holder in the bathroom (where else would they be, right?). So we'll have to get one of each and install 'em
The glass shower door and walls are a little narrow to hang an over-the-shower towel bar, so we're left with either screwing something into the back of the bathroom door (a far stretch in reaching for the TP) or screwing something into the wall that is common between the bathroom and bedroom.
Question is, what's the best way to do this so that a couple of heavy, wet bath towels do not pull a flimsily attached bar out of the wall?
Do those interior walls have 16-inch-on-center studs like the exterior walls? Is screwing straight into those studs the way to go, assuming they exist at convenient places?
Or have you all found that plastic anchors in the wall are sufficient to hold the screws for a towel bar and wet towels?
Or would we be better off screwing the towel bar into the bathroom door?