When it comes to buying an RV, the most common concern people have is space. Though the idea of sharing intimate campfires is appealing, the amount of room in your RV can be an issue for many people, especially if you’re traveling with a larger family. Sometimes you have to get creative when making space. With so many fun activities to pursue in Connecticut, you don’t want to miss out. Whether you’re a photographer, whitewater rafter, or simply like to pack a lot of shoes, you need room for your stuff! Read on for a few tips and tricks from the experts at Unlimited RV.
1. Install Slide-Out DrawersSlide-out drawers are a great use of otherwise unused space in your RV. You can install them in creative spaces – such as under beds or tables – and use them to store extra equipment. The key to great, creative storage is making sure every spare inch of your RV is used efficiently.
2. Install Hanging ShelvesHanging shelves are often made of cloth or plastic, so they are lightweight, removable, and do not damage the RV. A long, hanging shelf is perfect for bedrooms, and can even give an air of privacy. Shorter, metal shelves can be useful in the bathroom above the sink to hold toiletries, or in the kitchen to store utensils and cooking supplies.
3. Use Vertical Storage
Extra wall space can be used to stock an abundance of items. Cloth shoe racks and containers take up very little room and can be hung almost anywhere. Additionally, you can use hooks to the walls to mount any equipment you may need for your hobbies.
Ready to look into owning and customizing an RV with all your creative storage options? Contact Unlimited RV of Connecticut today at (203) 527-7026 to ask about our current RV inventory. We’d be glad to show you our available models and/or help you start your search for the right one.