Haven't updated in a bit so here goes:
This was my ingenious solution for the curtain rod hangers. Pipe hangers + threaded rod + EMT conduit did the trick. I wasn't sure if that was clear in the photos.
Here we are painting all the metal bits for storage and water - we just thinned some oil-based RustOleum gloss black and ran it through an HVLP sprayer. Laid it on reeeeal thick and we were good to go. The paint is still drying in some places a week later, maybe a bit too thick.
These are the finished fresh water tank mounts:
Fabric we got for curtains - $12:
The not-so-elegant solution for droppin' deuces or thrices (not looking forward to this):
We painted up some of the unfinished areas in the bus with the rustoleum gloss and put covers back where they belong which really ties the room together:
Reinstalled the ill-fitting stock wiring covers:
Current photo of the state of the Interior (minus the RGB LEDs because I forgot to turn them on):
Crapper room + spray foam. I have a 4" bilge fan from a boat we will use to ventilate this area:
Completed interior shower. I don't like FRP but it is cheap and convenient for this purpose. The ceiling is 3003 aluminum that I probably paid way too much for, but it looks cool so there is that.
As you can see, we are leaving in like 2 weeks and I have yet to do any plumbing at all. Luckily PEX is easy to work with...
The now very crowded under-side of the bus:
The driver side storage compartment is hung, both fresh tanks, both grey tanks, and the passenger side storage compartment (pictured) is ready to be hung. Then I will install plumbing, hit my head a lot, relocate heater hoses (will have heater hooked up in case we start overheating) and tie up wiring. The Webasto / compartment still needs to go back in, but I may skip that and just tie the plumbing together for now.
Our rigged concept for window screens - fiberglass screen gorilla taped to metal 5/16 dowel that sits in the rain gutter and gets taut-ed by magnets. Stupid, yes. Functional, yes:
Exterior shower (says so right on the box so I don't forget):
I have a lot of plumbing and electrical work to do this week. Anyone want to come to DC and help? I'll make you food.