The RVs are known to offer enough living space for campers to stay in comfort while being on the road. However, people never have enough “things” with them and you may notice that you gradually increase the number of items you are taking with you on your trips. This is why you should know how to organize all these things.
Use the Inside of the Doors
One of the things that you could do is to add small “pockets” to the insides of the doors. You can use these to store flat items, such as a pair of flip-flops or books and magazines.
Although you might think that there is no room for broom holders in an RV, you should know that there is a lot you could do with such items. For instance you could use broom holders to store your flashlights and this way you can be sure that you will never have to be looking for flashlights for minutes ever again.
Storage space is always an issue in case of RVs. If you don’t have enough space to hang your clothes, you should consider adding hooks to the sides of the shelves. It is also a good idea to use hideaway hooks. This way the hooks won’t bother you when you’re not using them.
Another really good idea for an RV is to add Velcro to the backs of things that are often misplaced, such as remotes. This way you will be able to designate a place for them and attach them there with the help of the Velcro on their backs.
If you have a lot of small items that you often need but that don’t have a place on their own, consider adding organizers to the backs of the front seats. This way you will always know where to find certain objects.
Don’t forget that you can use the ceiling as well to store some items. When looking for a place for long objects, you should add brackets to the ceiling and secure these items. This will be the perfect spot for brooms, mops, umbrellas, and other long items.
As you may see there is a lot that you could do to make sure that you have enough storage space and for each item to have a place for themselves. The good news is that this won’t require a big investment.
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