My husband and I moved into an RV last summer and sold or gave away 80% of our belongings. I am looking for ways to make the most of our space for the 20% we kept. It's not that we're out of room, but I feel like I am not doing this in an optimal fashion.
Areas that need improvement:
Not enough space for hanging clothes, but the closet is not tall enough for hanging organizers.
There's a shelf above the closet that has a sloped roof and I haven't found a great use for it. Folded clothes slide around and don't stay neat.
Drawers - what's the best way to fold socks, shirts, jeans, sweaters to maximize space?
Overhead cabinet with towels & sheets - things tend to fall out if you pull a towel from the middle of the pile.
Tall, deep (over 24") kitchen cabinet. I bought a stacking shelf, but there's a lot of wasted space in the back of the cabinet because it's hard to get to.
Overhead cabinets in living area - they run the length of the living area (about 15') and have no dividers in between. Lots of random household stuff in here: first aid kits, handheld vacuum, books, iron.
Desk area: how to effectively organize power cords and chargers? The outlet is on the wall, not the floor, so some of the solutions I've seen online (clamping cords to the desk with binder clips) won't work.
Refrigerator/freezer - it's only slightly smaller than a residential fridge, so general tips would be great.
Shelf/rod for winter coats/accessories: this is a jumble of hats/gloves/scarves. We considered a coat rack, but we have too much winter gear.
Wet/dirty shoes/boot storage: we have a boot tray and a shoe rack,
but the tray takes up a lot of room and boots won't fit on the rack (if you set them on the top shelf, they'd drip on the shoes below).
I'm happy to clarify with specific measurements and pictures.