Last summer my father and I built a tiny house. I have been living in it since. I was most worried about the shower, considering how small it is. However, I have gotten used to it and it is totally fine. Although, it would be a little nicer if I had more room. The easiest way to do this is to store the shower things elsewhere.
Step 1: Materials/Tools
- Sheet metal
- Hot Glue
- Tin snips
- Caulking Gun
- Hot Glue Gun
Step 2: Cut
Design the soap holder. I designed it to fit in the wall that divides the shower and the desk. Cut the walls no less than 3 inches, otherwise stuff may fall out.
Step 3: Bend
Use some sort of straight edge to bend the ears. Three should go up, to make the walls, and one down to let water drain out.
Step 4: Caulk
Hot glue the corners to add some structural integrity. Then cover them with tape to add more. Lay a nice bead of caulk on the joint to prevent water from leaking.
Step 5: Add Wood
Cut a piece of wood the length of the soap holder, then put a nice coat of sealant on it. Then mix up some epoxy and epoxy it in place.
Cut some little wood spacers, then hot glue them to the bottom of the soap holder. The spacers are there to put the whole thing at an angle. The angle is there so the water doesn't sit.
Step 6: The End
All you have to do now is put the soap holder in place. If you want you could secure it with hot glue. I have been using it for about a week now, and I really like it. I have way more space to take a shower. Also, it matches the rest of my shower.