Some helpful ideas on making it less of an ordeal for Dh/others using a shared bathroom:
We have our own master bathroom, and that is where I keep most of my 'supplies'. But you could do this in the 'main' or shared bathroom, and use the under sink area or just closed containers by the commode:
I bought an old cookie jar with a rubber stoppered sealing lid that I keep in our master bathroom on the floor right next to the commode. I fill it half full of water and a few drops of either Tea Tree oil or lavender oil during my period. I just drop the used cloth in it, and close it.
I also have another old cookie jar in the laundry room right next to the main floor powder room. (I prefer it off the floor since kids use the powder room bathroom alot.) I usually stock a zippered makeup bag for the 'day' and keep it under the powder room sink for when I'm downstairs and don't want to go upstairs to my own bathroom)
At end of cycle or a few days later if it's getting full. I drain out the water, toss in the washer and just wash them by themselves on a 'small' wash cycle. Dh/guests doesn't have to mess with it or 'see' them floating in sinks/bags, etc. Works great. Then I restock the freshly laundered ones in my 'storage' box upstairs, which holds all my stash, like:
pads of various sizes, keeper/diva, sea sponges and oils that I keep on the floor next to the master bathroom commode.
If you are thinking about using 'family cloth', you probably should invest in a 'mini shower' that you attach to the commode, to 'spray off' BEFORE you use the wipes (think hand held 'bidet'). Then you are really just putting water damp cloths in a holding place, until you can wash them. In a pinch, yea, you could use them right after a BM, but using a peri bottle to spritz off, or the 'mini shower' would work SO much better and probably get him to come around...
I use a layer of black microfleece as the topper of my 'homemade cloth' so you can't really even see anything, and they never stain. They look like diaper doublers, actually. That might be another idea, if he's squeemish to seeing blood.
I'm lucky to have a man whos motto is: A happy wife is a happy life
...so I don't get flack for most of the 'crunchy' things I do/want to do...however when I brought up 'family cloth', he did ask nicely if I could /please/ leave the powder room stocked with some regular TP for him and 'guests' that might not understand...haha!
Oh, if you are using a cloth line to hang stuff to dry, you could always clip them together with a birdseye cloth diaper and they could 'rub' and soften each other in the wind..and it's less obvious if he's worried!
Heck, I have more 'girlfriends' and female family members freaked out about using cloth menstrual stuff, than any man I know!! So wierd to be so 'freaked out' by your own cycle and how to deal with it more naturally and not to mention more comfortably!!! I mean, what do they do when they get a cut or something and have to tend a wound!
Enjoy your cloth!