14 Cheap & Easy Ways To Organize Your RV

Your RV is not nearly as big as your sticks and bricks, so you need to utilize every nook and cranny as best as you can to make life more comfortable while on the road.

1) Use the inside of doors.

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2) Use velcro to keep your remotes and cell phones in place.

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3) Hang organizers off the back of seats

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4) Hang hoses from nylon velcro straps

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5) Over the door trash can is a must

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6) Hang a veggie & fruit hammock

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7) Having nesting bowls and measuring spoons will cut down on space

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8) Use wall mounted magnet strips for scissors and knives

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9) Use hooks to hold aluminum foil and saran wrap

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10) Create a make shift night stand with a bed side caddy

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11) Use magazine holders for art supplies and books

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12) Use clear storage container to make it easier to see what you have got

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13) Keep first aid supplies handy with elastic and staples

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14) Shoe organizers help keep everything organized not just shoes!

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8 COMMENTS

  1. I disagree with the magnet holder for knives – one good bounce and they can go flying and potentially harm someone going inside to open up. Instead, the knife holder that fits inside a cupboard door is not only safer – but more difficult for little hands to reach. Plus, they don’t take up any shelf space. A second observance – don’t leave anything flammable on your burners, like that pot holder. Recently, while wiping down my stove top and burners, I accidentally bumped one on. Fortunately, I have to light mine manually, but I almost paid dearly for it when I didn’t smell the propane immediately. Otherwise, there is a lot of good info here. Fulltime RVer since 2000

    • I thought the same thing about those knives…It’s amazing the objects that can fly about the ‘cabin’ while moving. Don’t think those jars would stay stacked long either or those spices on the tray…..Looks nice but……….. one bump…….oopsy! LOL

  2. I thought most of these put stuff out in plain sight that I would rather have hidden away. But I do have stackable bowls. And like several others, I would never put my knives on the wall where they could bounce/fall off.

  3. Containerize everything that’s loose…dishwasher cutlery holders make great organizers as does fridge crisper drawers.

  4. Use pool noodles to help keep things in place.

    Cut some pool noodles the width of the inside of your refrigerator shelves. Cut a slit down the length of each one. Slide them over the end of your shelves. There will be enough room to close the door. These will help keep your leftovers from flying off the shelf when you open the door, after you drive to your next destination.

    Take the scraps, and cut a pool noodle to fit the inside of the microwave, from top to bottom. While you drive, store the pool noodle there, to keep your rotating plate from bouncing around.

    Cut a slit in a pool noodle, from one end to the other, and use it to protect the edge of your table, so your tie-down strap doesn’t ding it up. The noodle will also help hold rubbermaid tubs from falling off the table while you drive.

    Take the remaining scraps and cut slits in them from one end to the other. Put them over any place you tend to bump your head, such as the awning arms.

  5. I don’t think they intend that you have your knives, spices etc. out while travelling. Once you reach your destination, set your knives and spices on the magnetic holders. I think these are great space saving ideas!!

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