A large portion of the bedroom area of any RV will be dedicated to the bed and the closet space, so you may need some clever way to utilize the storage space to increase the amount of belongings you can fit in this area. Luckily, there are some simple and inexpensive things you can do that will give you extra space for everything you need.
Here are a few hacks that will make the best use of the storage in your camper’s bedroom:
- Tension Rods: Tension rods are an easy way to increase the surface area for hanging clothing in the closets. You can install these tension rods at any level or location inside the closet giving you extra space to hang clothing.
- Bedside Caddy: A bedside caddy can be a perfect way to create storage that works in the same way as a bedside table. These caddies are slipped underneath the mattress, and they have pockets to store the things you use at bedtime such as a book, reading glasses, television remote, and much more.
- Sweater Shelves: For bulkier clothes that are not supposed to be hung up, the best storage options are sweater shelves. These items can be hung around a curtain or closet rod to allow you to store your items vertically as opposed to horizontally. Thus, you will have more space for everything.
- Under the Bed Storage: If you are one of the many people who are craftier, one space in an RV that can be useful is under the bed. This space is generally empty, so by opening up the end of the bed, you will have an out-of-the-way location to slide things like bins of clothes or even a small vacuum cleaner.
Making the most of the space within your RV’s bedroom will be essential to bringing everything with you while still being organized. With these storage tips, you can make sure to bring all that you need and have a specific place to put them.
If you are ready to take advantage of the luxury and comfort that comes with owning an RV, make sure you contact us or come to our location to take a look at our travel trailers, fifth-wheels and more! We will help you find the RV with the space you need to spread out, relax, and enjoy your camping vacations.