Does it ever seem like you have three times as much stuff as there is room in your Kunes RV? Are you unsure how you will fit all the food, dishes, clothes, and various housewares (not to mention kids and pets)? Well, you’re not the only one!
Our RV Specialists are going to be writing a series of ideas for organizing your RV. To kick things off, we pulled together some general tips we’ve learned over the years to help you get organized! Try these and hit the road for your next adventure like a seasoned pro!
Secure your items in the fridge
Keep food from sliding as you go down the road with Fridge Braces. These also help keep your cartons upright to avoid messy spills. Refrigerator Bars are designed to keep order in your RV refrigerator while you’re on the road. Keep your fresh foods and groceries in place. Spring-loaded and able to extend from 16″ to 28″, these RV refrigerator bars help maintain order even on the bumpiest roads. They prevent damage to sensitive vegetables and fruits and keep glass containers from breaking and shifting.
Make the most of your Kitchen space
Maximize your kitchen storage and efficiency with these small-kitchen space-saving accessories. Pop-A-Plate mounts easily under a cabinet and saves space by holding more than 100 paper or plastic plates. Similarly, Pop-A-Bowl also mounts under a shelf or cabinet. Knife Safe frees up valuable drawer and counter space. Gives you convenient, safe access to your kitchen knives. Worried about where to put the trash can? Add an over the door cabinet basket to make a small trash can in your camper. You could even use this basket to store pot holders or foil and saran wrap in.
Over the door cabinet basket
You can extend your kitchen space an extra 12” with a Countertop Extension. It pulls up easily when you need the extra space and is secured by a metal drop-leaf table brace that easily folds down when not in use.
Small bathroom, BIG space benefits
RV bathrooms and toilet rooms, two essential spaces, are usually tiny and have limited storage space for items that can’t be stored elsewhere. An over the door shower caddy is a great no-drill option. Put your toiletries in a dispenser. This will not only make them look tidier, cleaner, and less cluttered, but it will also save you (a lot of) water – you won’t have to reach, open, and close your bottles. Save valuable counter space with a Toothbrush Staytion to hold toothbrushes and/or razors.
No more piles of dirty clothes
A waterproof hanging laundry hamper is great for dirty clothes and saving space! This hanging laundry bag meets your daily needs for storing dirty clothes. A storage bag like this can also be used to store clean clothes, light items, such as towels or sheets, so that they can be stored in the closet. It can be hung on the door or on a smooth wall.
RV’s typically don’t have nightstands, this is where a Bedside Caddy comes in handy! It easily slides between the mattress and box spring and is great for holding remotes, your phone, books and flashlights.
Keeping everything in order and in its place will ensure a stress-free camping experience, regardless of whether you live in your RV full-time or mostly on the weekends!
Stay tuned as we dive deeper into organization tips to help you live your best RV Life!