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5 RV Pantry Cabinet Problems & Solutions

Sometimes RV pantry cabinets aren’t quite as functional as they need to be: too deep, too narrow, too tall, or altogether non-existent!  Fortunately these brilliant RV owners came up with clever solutions for those problems, so you can borrow their ideas to organize your own camper or motorhome!

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Problem #1: Cabinet too deep One of the most common problems with RV pantry cabinets is that they’re so deep it’s difficult to reach things toward the back, especially on the upper cabinets.  An excellent solution to this problem is the Rev-a-shelf cabinet system of pull-out wire racks.

Problem #2: Cabinet too narrow Some campers and motorhomes have a pantry cabinet that’s extremely narrow in addition to being deep. My favorite solution to the narrow cabinet problem is this beautiful pull-out shelf made custom by RV owner Karen Finch’s son-in-law.

Problem #3: Pantry too messy I know this is closely related to the “too deep” problem, but what I noticed about these solutions is how by removing the original cabinet shelves and replacing them with something different altogether

Problem #4: Shelves too tall Not only do tall, shallow shelves waste space at the top, they’re also an avalanche waiting to happen when you open the cabinet doors at the end of a day of travel! One RV owner solved this problem by adding a nail polish rack to a cabinet.

Problem #5: No pantry or not enough pantry space If your RV doesn’t have a pantry or you simply need more space. an organizer like one of these can be a good solution.

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