I wholeheartedly recommend Robin's view of shelves and add to that drawers. We have a "hanging locker" between rear bed and galley. It is dedicated to food staples that don't need refrigeration. We stack two large and 3 medium snap lid plastic containers in that space. Can be taken in the house for packing and unpacking. I have seen a trailer in which the owner added partitions, shelves and drawers to a floor to ceiling locker. I believe the drawers were salvaged from a steel cabinet. Who needs space organizers that take up space or more dead weight
which adds to the fuel bill? If you need separation between articles, nothing beats Ziploc freezer bags. Great for clothes; air can be squeezed out for compactness; easy to label as to contents and/or the day you intend to wear the ensemble. Old bicycle tourist trick but should work for anyone including the little ones.
We have three small drawers in our trailer; all three are suspended under the permanent front dinette table (one for silverware and one each for myself and BH for pens, pencils, memos, bits and pieces). We also use three "car organizers" by High Road, which are essentially light
cordura bags. One hangs from hooks on the rear dinette bulkhead. Contains kleenex box, TV remote, magazines and books. Two smaller ones are velcroed on the wall next to our seats in the front dinette. My wife keeps her journal or daybook in hers; also arrival and dragup check lists, sometimes my multimeter gets stuck in there. Mine holds a book or magazine, computer cords and transformer when I want them off the table, lots of miscellany such as notes to self about stuff that doesn't fit in my head. It is amazing the weight
you can carry in eyeleted and corded bags suspended from hooks. For us hooks are very easy as can be attached to Burro
inner glass shell with VHB tape and removed at will without marks or holes. Some other brands that make this possible (Eggcamper); the rat fur in the Scamp
may limit the opportunities to do this. Generally, I like storage devices that are 1 )lightwgt., 2) softsided (can be flattened or folded when not in use and no threat to heads and shins; 3) sanitary and sealable in the case of food storage, 4) adaptable or convertable for the different demands of weekend and longer term use. I also have 3 shallow but long Sterilite bins without lids between the lockers under the bed mainly because they slide well on the wood floor and a neighbor put them in his trash. So they are sort of expedient drawers with no fabrication fuss, light weight
, and instant "reversability" (removal).