Bathroom improvement(s)
This picture shows the medicine cabinet in the Travato 59K with two lights added to each side of the mirrored door. The provided overhead light in the 59K is "ok". A bit yellowish light, I popped off the cover and found that it was a #1141 bayonet incandescent bulb. Wow, how old school is that, considering that WB is using LED's everwhere else in the coach. Since the fixture itself is ok (maybe not pretty but head-smacking-smart), I will someday buy an LED replacement that will go into the same bayonet socket. But that still does not solve getting sufficient light in front of your face at the mirror. Why? Because the overhead light is behind you when facing the mirror and sink. My wife was the first to make a comment after putting in contacts and other activities while staring into the mirror. Need more light she said. I complied with this implied directive and sought out something that would look nice and more importantly, do the job.

I came up with a strip of LED's that are mounted in an 18 inch long by 1/2 inch tall and 1/2 inch wide aluminum U shaped extrusion. It has a milk white lens so it might provide excellent light without blinding you. This fixture he fixture is available from superbrightled.com. I guesstimated that their brilliance for "Face Time" in the bathroom would be just about right. With their 1/2 inch square dimensions, these light fixtures can be placed each side of the mirrored door without door open/close interference. I ran their 12 volt DC power wires over to to the wall switch that turns on the factory overhead light. Now all three lights come on together and the lighting is near perfect for the entire bathroom now. You can see yourself in the mirror just fine.
Pair of narrow SUPER BRIGHT LED strip lights with milk white lens, part # EGLB-NW18: Natural White - 18 inch long.  I mounted one of each of this...

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