If there’s one common question we get from RVers it’s how to get accustomed to living in a space that’s much smaller than their stick home. Don’t get us wrong, everyone who enjoys RVing understands that their kitchen will be smaller, but most enter into the lifestyle without knowing how to get the most out of their RV’s existing storage.
Use Storage Tubs
There are many, many options for storage tubs. Because most storage areas in your RV will be square or rectangular in shape you can buy square storage tubs that can segment out the space and store whatever you need. Think about it. If you don’t have your space segmented you’ll just throw items in the space and it will become a jumbled mess in no time. This RV tip will save you loads of time.
Buy Collapsible Kitchen Gear
Collapsible kitchen gear is one of the best ways to get the most out of your RV’s storage space. Instead of using items that’s aren’t flexible, collapsible kitchen gear like funnels and colanders shrink down so they can be stacked and neatly stored. This saves you tons of space and also prevents things from shifting too much when you’re driving.
Taking the time to label everything will save you time because you and your family members will always know where everything is. Buy yourself a Dynamo label and take the time to sit in your RV and truly think about the best place for all of your items. Consider where your stove is where you plan to serve food. Think about the best place to keep toilet paper. All of these things make a difference as far as where things end up and how easy they are to find and access.
If you have small children consider items they might need and where the ideal place for those items to be stored would be.
If you’re looking to learn more about the RV lifestyle or have questions about it, contact us. We can answer any questions you have and would be delighted to show you our large selection of new and used RVs for sale.