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RVs are notorious for having really small kitchens. Any person who enjoys cooking knows that a small kitchen can significantly reduce your love for all things culinary related. Fear not, though. With a few simple approaches to organization and some patience, you can turn your RV’s kitchen into one that feels incredibly more spacious and user friendly. Check it out and let us know on Facebook how you keep your RV’s kitchen organized.
Baskets | Everyone knows baskets add to the interior of your RV, but did you know you can use them to organize your fridge. Use plastic baskets, which are easy to clean, to hold food in your refrigerator and organize according to types. You can also use baskets in your freezer, cabinets and pantry. You’ll be amazed at how much easier it is to find what you need when it has a designated space.
Use Doors | Add hanging organization bags to the inside of your cabinet doors to store cooking magazines or even oversized cookware like spatulas, whisks, etc. The inside of your cabinet doors can provide a ton more space, as long as you’re strategic in how you use them. Make sure whatever you use doesn’t keep the doors from closing completely.
Hanging Shelves | Install a hanging shelf unit that suspends above your kitchen sink or counters. This can be a place where you store lightweight items like tupperware, fruit, and small items that tend to take up counterspace like paper towels. If you don’t like the idea of hanging something above your sink you can also get a countertop shelving system.
Nesting | Nesting bowls, measuring cups and cookware can help reduce the space that’s taken up in your cabinets, drawers and countertops. This also helps reduce frustrations that often can come with losing items like measuring cups or spoons.
Hanging Wall Pockets | Try making wall hangings that include pockets where you can store books, a flashlight or any other items that you don’t have room for in your drawers. These are also a great way to add storage to bunk areas or your bedrooms.
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