With utensil bags and organizers you provide plenty of space in the camper. Very well known are the hanging bags with several compartments, which can be seen on almost every interior door of motorhomes and caravans. As a rule, these clever helpers are screwed to the inner door as a kind of shelf for the small utensils, as they remain there for several years. Such bags are also available for the back of driver and passenger seats, where they can be easily attached by means of a guy system. They are often used there to store maps, magazines and other utensils that should be within easy reach.
In the rear area, they are often used to store shoes, beach slippers and flip-flops and are also often attached to the awning at the campsite. There is hardly a cheaper way to keep your motorhome, awning or separate pavilion tidy.
Once you have tried such bags, you won't want to do without them, as there is no more searching for glasses, lighters, remote controls, keys, magazines, maps, etc.
In addition to hanging bags, useful baskets in various sizes are also used as organisers. They can be placed in the cupboards, for example, for the smaller utensils, between the driver's and passenger's seats, for example, to quickly get hold of drinks or provisions. Larger baskets are often used in a rear garage to keep cables, tools, pegs, cords, sanitary liquids, first aid bags, warning waistcoats, etc. in order. These baskets are often foldable and have several compartments to ensure good organisation.
What are also often called organisers are cup holders, key rings or even light clothes hangers that keep the wardrobe tidy and save an extra suitcase.
A little tip for the kitchen cupboard: use only square boxes to make the best use of the storage space according to the Tetris principle.
A rubbish bin under the sink always ensures a clean and fresh motorhome by using appropriate rubbish bags, and the rubbish bags can be disposed of easily at any campsite.
As a laundry collector, we recommend a foldable bag that is simply pushed between the laundry at the beginning of the trip and turns out to be a very useful helper afterwards.
If you plan to transport bicycles in your rear garage, we strongly recommend suitable bicycle rails for safety, so that you don't experience any unpleasant surprises, for example, in the event of an emergency braking and damage to the bicycle or your wall panelling.
Especially for rear garages, there are now screw and rail systems to safely store almost everything. You can even attach camping chairs to the inside rear wall with a so-called furniture holder to prevent them from slipping.