Space Saving Tips for RVs and Camping Trailers

Organization is KEY to successful RV travel. With cabinet space at a premium, you want to make the most of every available space. The old adage, don’t put all your eggs in one basket, just doesn’t apply, here.

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Practically everything you need to prepare, cook, and store (except for microwaving) is contained in this tiny, under-the sink cabinet space behind a closed door.  There’s a stainless steel skillet for cooking on your camper stove, an iron skillet for the campfire, and…drum roll, please.

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Inside the big red pasta pot are all, yes ALL of these! The wonderful nesting bowls can be used to heat or cook on top of the stove, as mixing bowls, for food prep, or even as salad or storage bowls since they have plastic lids. The two sizes of pasta pots with lids can be used to cook almost anything. Look for these sets at flea markets or garage sales to outfit your camper. Serious space savers!

Who says you can’t be a gourmet cook in a camping trailer? If you want to, that is. With this storage solution, you are ready for anything!

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Camping Trailer Organization

Here’s another upcycle for your RV or camper.

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Who doesn’t have one of these from ten years ago, right? This handy-dandy carousel  used to be full of cute little, neat little all sizes of plastic storage containers with lids. Until…you started sending them in your husband’s lunch or filling them with leftovers and sending them home with your kids or melting a lid or two in your dishwasher, and then you are left with this. PERFECT! Even worth scouring garage sales for, if you don’t already have one, because the caddy fits right into your camping trailer cabinets. See!

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It secures your peanut butter, coffee, canned goods (although I don’t take many of these on the road) and revolves when you need access to them.

Just another genius idea that stumbled upon me. You’re welcome!