Driving from Salt Lake City to your favorite Southern California beach campsite? The contents in the interior of your RV may rattle around a bit. Save yourself the stress and struggle by taking a look at our RV storage ideas! Take a look at our RV organization ideas here at Dennis Dillon RV Marine Powersports. We have locations in Boise, ID and Orange County, CA.

1. Get Rid of What You Don’t Need.

Even spacious RVs can’t carry everything. This leads us to RV storage tip number one: get rid of what you don’t need. Take a good look at what you’ve got stocked away in your RV – do you have old magazines floating around, or unused cups and glasses in the shelves? What about spices in the rack? By getting rid of what you don’t need, you’ll free up space for more RV storage.

2. Magnetize Your Kitchen.

It’s a simple and cheap solution, but it really works. Buy some wall-mounted magnets and use them for all sorts of items, from knives and scissors to magnetic spice containers and more. That way, your precious accessories won’t rattle around on your way to your favorite SoCal campsite.

3. Create Furniture with Storage Units.

If you’re planning on doing some work on your RV, consider investing in furniture that serves multiple purposes. Whether it’s your living room chairs or the kitchen stool, innovative RV furniture storage solutions can free up a lot of interior space in your vehicle.

4. Buy Some Storage Compartments.

Invest in some storage compartments for help organizing your cabinets and drawers. This can help free up extra space in your storage areas while also making it easier to find what you’re looking for.

Learn RV Tips and Tricks with Dennis Dillon RV Marine Powersports!

That’s it! You now know some solid RV interior organization ideas for your Class B or diesel pusher. Get the materials you need to organize your RV more effectively by exploring our current RV parts and accessories specials. Got any questions?Contact us today. We have dealerships in Orange County, CA and Boise, ID, and we love hearing from campers of all stripes.