Let’s face it: even in the largest, most luxurious Class A motorhome, storage space can be fairly limited in most RVs. So what are you to do when you’re tight on space and need to pack lots for a weekend adventure? We’re glad you asked! Here are seven space-saving tips, made possible with products recommended by our RV parts specialists.
- Collapsible containers. Storage containers are always handy, but when they're not in use, they can take up a lot of unnecessary space in your kitchen. Maximize your RV's storage space with these collapsible containers. They expand to fit different portion sizes, and they collapse when not in use.
- Clothes hangers. Not enough drawers in your RV? This clothes hanger will store whatever you need for quick and easy access. Plus, it’s great for air-drying your laundry when on the road, too!
- Three-drawer containers. It’s becoming more and more common for RVers to work remotely during a trip, thanks to wireless Internet access. Need a place to store your office supplies on the road? A simple three-drawer container will keep all your odds and ends organized in a safe place without cramping your RV's style.
- Plastic food storage bins. RV refrigerators may be modest in size, but that doesn't mean you can't fit everything you need inside. Maximize your fridge's shelves with plastic storage containers. Organize your items by type (i.e., sauces, produce, dairy, meats). If you buy containers with lids, you can stack food without the possibility of squishing anything.
- Napkin dispensers. Cleanliness should never be sacrificed because of limited space. The Pop-A-Napkin dispenser attaches to your RV cabinets (or most any surface, for that matter) for easy access and efficient storage.
- Hanging closet shelves. Too many clothes for your RV closet? A hanging rack will give you the closest you can get to actual shelves. Want to take it a step further? Sort your items in individual plastic containers and stack them within the shelves.
- Over-the-door hangers. You may not have much storage space in your RV kitchen for utensils. Free up counter and drawer space by fastening door racks inside cabinet doors and hanging your cooking utensils from them. These are also great for mugs or small pots and pans.