It’s safe to assume that you know by now how small RV closets can be. Whether kitchen, bathroom or bedrom closets, these storage spaces can be a tad challenging noting that you need to fit stuffs for two or three people in there. To make the task a tad easier, these 20 storage ideas for RV closets with pictures can be of help.
1. Lightweight Drawers
Plastic and fabric drawers offer a quick and easy way to organize clothes and other personal stuffs inside a small RV closet. This is even more so when your camper’s closet is a tall one with no partition. This allows a convenient way to organize things as well as utilize the bottom area, which is often left out. This plastic drawer here, for instance, can be used when camping and can be easily taken out when not on the road.
2. Foldable Drawers
Get rid of the usual clutter and organize small what-nots with foldable drawers like this one from Sorbus. This 4-pack multi-sectional organizer can store shirts, shorts, skirts, skorts, undergarments and other personal items. It’s collapsible and can also be used as under-bed organizer.
3. Stackable Bins
Don’t like to pull drawers in and out of a closet? Try using stackable bins with clear design for ease of access and recognition of what’s inside. Simply pack stuffs into these bins, zip up and stack ‘em on your RV closet. You won’t worry about messing up even with potholes on the road.
4. Hanging Closet Organizer
Save as much closet space as you can with a hanging closet organizer. It can store clothes, sweaters, towels, pajamas, bags, hats, and so on. Some designs have side pockets for socks, undies and hand-held gadgets, too. No clutter. More space saved.
Add a wall-mount hook organizer inside your RV’s closet. You can organize belts, ties, bags, accessories, keys, sunnies, and the likes. You can check out these awesome picks here.
Stylish but best of all a genius, a rev-a-shelf shoe organizer is simply perfect for saving as much space as you can in your RV. It also helps minimize clutter from shoes, flip flops and other footwear lying around. You can even customize one that can spin clothes around.
7. Lazy Susan
Kitchen closets can also make good use of the famous Lazy Susan. Stylish and functional, a non-slip turntable like this one can keep food items in place even when on the road.
8. Layered Hangers
Maximize as much vertical space as you can with multi-layered hangers. These smart solution offers extra wriggle room in your camper’s closet while keeping pants, shirts, and what-have-you neat and without wrinkles. You can check out this non-slip pick here.
9. Wired Baskets
Add wire baskets to your RV closet’s door. These baskets can keep rolled clothes, socks, undies, towels, linens, bags, shoes, and other personal stuffs. You can check out some of the top wall-mounted wire baskets here.
10. Wire Storage Shelves
Stainless steel shelves can also come handy when organizing personal stuff in our clothes closet or kitchen closet. It allows easy stacking of personal items as well as food when used in the kitchen. You can check out for various sizes and design here. Some even come with casters for easy transfer and cleaning of closet space.
11. Shower Tension Rod Shoe Storage
Customize your closet’s drawer with a shower tension rod to create a space-saving shoe closet. It allows not just ease of access, but also less clutter from having shoes everywhere in your RV.
12. Towel Storage
Instead of placing towels inside the closet, look for extra open space on top of the closet or on the topmost area in the bathroom itself. Add a mountable shelve and voila! Towels at your fingertips carefully organized for usage.
13. Kitchen Closet Storage For Utensils
Upcycle jeans or any clothing made of sturdy material. This can be mounted on a kitchen closet to hold spoons, fork, bread knives, and the likes.
14. Under-Bed Closet
Convert space under your bed as a closet to store RV-ing essentials. Think storage for towels, shoes, bags, books, emergency light, folded tent, and so on. It helps prevent clutter and save ample space.
15. Overhead Shelf
There’s plenty of vertical space in your RV. Even the top area of a closet can be converted into an added storage shelf to accommodate personal essentials. This retractable shelf from Rubbermaid, for instance, can offer extra legroom to hold socks, undies, ties, belts, bags, and the likes.
16. Shower Caddy
Got an extra shower caddy? This smart mountable solution can actually be placed inside a closet and can even be installed on the outside of a closet’s door. It can hold everyday essentials like smartphones, keys, socks, and so on.
17. Over-The-Door Hanging Organizer
Hanging shoe and pantry organizers are quite versatile. Made of durable plastic to hold kitchen essentials and shoes, these can also be hooked into a closet’s door to hold personal items in place.
18. Insta Shoe Rack
Closet can no longer hold more items? Create a shoe rack out of PVC pipe. Attach it on the foot of the closet for ease of access when time to dress up and going somewhere.
19. Laundry Organizer
Hamper standing over a bedroom or sink can take so much space out of your RV. Repurpose one part of your bedroom closet or a hidden closet in your bathroom’s walls. Try getting a collapsible cloth hamper from retail sites like Target, Ikea or Amazon, and place it there. Voila!
20. Basement Closet
Still not enough space in your RV’s closet? Make good use of the camper’s basement area and convert it into an extra closet. Simply install a cargo slide then, stack bins and hangers to keep things in place. Voila!
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