I haven't found many of my hooks to be all that useful.
I put one large one on the outside of the shower/toilet, next to the door. Last trip, my wife used it to hang sun dresses, which had to be pushed out of the way in order to close the bath door. Usually used for wet jackets.
I put another on the side of the fridge wall, passenger side, next to the head of our bed. Thought I'd hang my clothes on it when crawling into bed, but they hang down far enough that I get tangled up while flailing about in my sleep.
There is another at the other end, driver side, where my wife sits to read. It is unused because anything hanging there is irritating.
Have two hooks at the entrance, on the wardrobe wall, that are handy for hanging binoculars, camera and a jacket or two. Opposite, on the fridge wall is one that is used to hang the broom, which is out of the way.
Have a couple inside the shower. One for the squeegee and one unused - it was supposed to be for a facecloth, but nobody uses that sink.
There is also a hook to the right of the stove on outside bath wall. It holds oven mitts.
I have suction hooks for the outside shower towels.
My advice is try the removeable 3M Command hooks first. Establish where you need and want hooks and if you must, replace them with something permanent later.
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