If you’re looking for some RV storage ideas for your camper kitchen, look no further!
Here are awesome RV gadgets that will keep your RV kitchen neat and organized, so you can find everything you need at a moment’s notice.
Keeping your RV neat and organized isn’t the easiest thing in the world. There are limited cabinets and storage space, especially if you’ve just moved from a full-sized home into a small camper, and it will take some adjustments to get used to the tiny space.
In a hurry?
✅ TOP PICK: Nesting pots and pans
These nesting pots and pans come recommended from both sailors and RVers. It’s a great way to keep stuff organized in a tiny kitchen, where you don’t have a lot of cupboard space. This 10-piece set of nesting pots and pans are made out of mirror polish marine-grade stainless steel and are meant to be used on an induction cooktop.
You can store all 10- pieces in less than 1/2 cubic feet of space, which is perfect for a crowded RV kitchen.
2. Collapsible colanders for kitchen camper storage
These colanders are sure to keep your RV kitchen tidy. There’s one for every occasion, whether you’re cooking pasta, or straining a can of beans. When you’re finished cooking, they’ll fit neatly in a cupboard. When collapsed, they’re only two inches high!
What’s really cool about these colanders are that they’re heat resistant up to 230 degrees, so you can immerse them quickly into boiling water to blanch vegetables, or for freshly-boiled pasta.
This is one of those RV storage ideas you don’t want to miss.
3. Collapsible dish tub for RV storage
This collapsible dish tub is perfect to store in your camper to maximize space. Use it to wash dishes or store fruits and vegetables.
These dish tubs are BPA free and easily pop to open when needed. When collapsed, this dish tub is only 1.6 inches high, which saves up to 70% in storage space in your motorhome. To boot, there’s a hanging hole so you can hang it in your kitchen so its always within an arm’s reach.
You can’t go wrong with anything collapsible for RV organization.
4. Oven mini mitts for your fingers
These little pinch n’ grip oven mitts take up only a tiny bit of space and are perfect for handling the hot edge of a cast iron pot or pulling a baking dish from the oven. Much better than storing big oven mitts in your small camper kitchen. I love this RV storage idea, and we personally have these oven finger mitts on our sailboat.
5. Hide your wastebasket for better RV organization
This little wastebasket is perfect for reducing clutter in your RV kitchen. Just hang it inside one of your cabinet’s and you’re good to go. Just don’t let this little guy be “out of sight, out of mind!” or you’ll have a smelly RV kitchen 🙂
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6. Removable counter space is great for an RV storage idea
You can add more counter space to your RV kitchen when its time to cook or serve a meal. This piece of wood can fit right over your sink to make an additional cutting board, serving space, or a place to put your bowls and utensils when cooking.
7. Get an over-cabinet door organizer
This handy dandy organizer will let you store kitchen items behind a cabinet door in your motorhome. Use it for cutting boards, baking sheets, cupcake sheets, you name it.
8. Spice gripper strip clips as an RV organization hack
Get those spices off the shelf by adding some of these clips to the inside of a cupboard or two. Your spices won’t spill or crash into each other while your RV is lurching around, plus, even the spices you rarely use will be easy to find.
9. Organize your fridge with these little containers
Instead of pushing your way through a melange of bottles, cheeses, beers and eggs, use this 6-piece fridge and freezer organization set into your RV fridge.
10. Make use of the space underneath your kitchen sink
Sometimes that spot under your sink can look a little like a tornado hit. But this two-tier expandable and adjustable under-sink storage system will create even more room to keep your doo-dads with less clutter.
11. Hang stuff up on cabinet walls or the ceiling
This storage kit with mesh and pockets can be hung on the ceiling or alongside cabinets to reduce clutter in your RV. Use it to store your kitchen utensils or even fresh fruit.
12. This roll-up dish drying rack will keep your RV organized
Put this roll-up drying rack over your sink and use it both to dry dishes and set hot pots. It can handle temperatures of up to 400 degrees, and you don’t have to give up precious counter space.
Do you need some help getting your RV organized? Check out this book, Create Space from Thin Air: Ideas for Adding Storage in your RV, written by full-time RVer Ashley Mann of RV Inspiration.
This full color, 36-page ebook in PDF format includes 75+ color photos and over 60 ideas for storing and organizing.
Ashley wrote this book because she couldn’t find any comprehensive and creative guides to RV organization. She wants to help you find even more storage ideas for your motorhome.
In this Create Space from Thin Air, you’ll also get:
- Ideas for adapting solutions to fit your needs
- Ways to make use of vertical space for storage
- Tips for finding and utilizing empty space
- Ideas for modifying furniture and built-in spaces to add extra storage
- Step-by-step action plan to help you discover the best storage solutions for your space
You’ll find all sorts of ideas for making use of vertical space, finding and utilizing empty space, and modifying furniture to create even more storage.
What are your favorite RV storage ideas? How do you keep your camper organized?
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Kristin Hanes is a journalist and writer who lives on a sailboat and in a Chevy Astro van in San Francisco. She worked in radio news for 15 years before a massive layoff in 2016. Kristin has written articles about alternative living published in Good Housekeeping, Business Insider, Marie Claire, SF Gate and The Bold Italic, among others.