One of the biggest challenges of living in an RV is organizing! The closets and drawers aren’t normal sizes so trying to find RV storage solutions can be super tricky. Not only are you trying to find a home for everything you have to also worry about what will happen if you hit a big bump going down the road. Will things survive and stay in place? Many broken glasses and clothing disasters later, we have finally learned what does and does not work for RV living.
Here are a few of the tips and tricks we have learned to organize our RV and we hope they can help you organize your traveling home on wheels.
These things are amazing and work for all sorts of applications. Drink-ware, clothes, accessories, tools and so on and so on! They are not expensive and have lasted us for years. Available on Amazon: http://amzn.to/1PPVaPq
We like these larger bins for sweaters, tops and pants. We see them in a variety of stores but they are also available on amazon: http://amzn.to/1RVkSER
Clear Storage Bins
Of course standard shoe boxes are always a great investment for organizing, but make sure it’s clear and comes with a lid. Here are some on Amazon that come in different sizes: http://amzn.to/1PPWotW
A Lazy Susan with a lip and rubber to keep stuff from sliding around is surprisingly helpful in large cabinets, or in the fridge. Here’s the one we have: http://amzn.to/1RVlY3s
In our Vesta our litter-box solution was fine but hasn’t worked well for our other RV’s due to layout. We now keep the litter box up front in the passenger foot area and are thinking of upgrading to this litter box to reduce the never ending spread of litter: http://amzn.to/1PPXwhg
You may also want to check out these posts/videos:
- Simple Tricks to Make Any Dishes RV Safe
- Favorite RV Kitchen Gadgets
- A Day In The Life – Wild and Free Camping
Is your RV still a hot mess? Don’t worry, we’ll add more organizing tips as we find them. Tell us your storage issues or favorite solutions in the comments below and we will try and cover them in the next update of Don’t Be a Hot Mess!