I’ve found that these overhead cabinets that are located above our dinette to be the easiest to use for organizing food/dry goods. I purchased most of the baskets at Dollar Tree or Big Lots. I also use the baskets with handles in the fridge for easy organizing…
The cabinets above our sink hold our plastic cups as well as our coffee and travel cups. You can also see our plastic and paper plates and bowls as well as our extra napkins. I keep a caddy filled with plates, napkins & utensils out on the table for meals. Also in the above cupboard are our spices and oils and a canister with tea and sugar.
Here is how I have set up the cabinet below the sink for now…I also used Velcro strips to hang part of a mesh organizer to the door to hold sponges, dish soap. etc.
These are the drawers next to the under-sink cupboard…top drawer ~ hot pads, 2nd drawer ~ knives, forks, spoons and can opener, 3rd drawer ~ junk drawer with lighters, large utensils, measuring cups, clips, etc, last drawer ~ Ziploc bags, foil and cling wrap.
On the counter I have kept out utensils and things that I use often, as well as a home for hand soap. To make sure that the metal organizer doesn’t move, I put earthquake putty on the bottom.
This large, lighted cabinet is located across from the refrigerator and next to the dinette…on the top shelf I store bins that hold things we use on our outdoor tables: a cleaning bin, a coffee bin with filters, ground coffee, etc., a bin with the dogs food/bowls, the caddy that holds our plates, napkins & utensils, a basket that holds extra paper towels, etc. and our coffee pot. The 2nd shelf has two fabric bins that hold sheets and blankets and room for large items we bring along such as my Instant Pot. When our kids come with us, the bottom shelf is where they keep their clothes.
That’s it for now…I’ll share more of my organized RV in the next post!