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Like-It Storage Tray

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Easy carrying handle installed in the center secures the tray and is designed to carry the box easily.

Depending on the layout of your campervan, it might be possible to install some basic shelving at the rear, behind the main interior. Items stored here wouldn’t be accessible when in transit and would not be in the most convenient location when relaxing in the camper. Something like this could be ideal for storing extra camping equipment, for use when you’ve arrived at your destination. Similarly, kitchen equipment that gets used regularly can be cleverly stored on hooks and in holders on any spare wall space. These options are simple to build and relatively inexpensive. Those with the skills and know-how (or the budget to have something built bespoke), could consider building generous additional storage within their furniture. While DIY storage can be quite a considerable project, the result is often very effective. Storage such as shown below will only be accessible when the camper is stationary and open, so items kept here wouldn’t be accessible all the time.Setting the stand and mirror on top of the tray will raise them to just the right height when sitting at the dining or living room table.

Only store bulky items or things kept in storage boxes, so they can easily be removed when you do decide to take a trip.When you run out of space in your home attic or garage, your campervan can be a tempting storage facility if you don’t use it all the time. In this situation, it’s helpful to follow a few tips;

Storage boxes should be clearly labelled, so you don’t mistakenly take or leave the wrong box when going out and about in the campervan. Consider installing a few extra shelves if you need a little more storage space, or you could go for something more generous like in this impressive camper conversion from @vansteading Instead of taking up much-needed cupboard space, any food that you’ll be taking (that doesn’t need to be refrigerated) could be stored in some DIY shelving or detachable baskets. This would mean your food is up and out of the way, but still within easy reach.For items that don’t need to be used on a regular basis, there are plenty of other storage options in less accessible areas. Overhead nets are very useful and take up little space, or, underneath seats and benches, there is often a lot of room that can be utilised.

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