Hi, Brenda. I’ll use Tammy’s list to tell you how I use the Parkliner space. Lots of options, but this is how mine is now organized after 4 years. I love the Parkliner and hope you enjoy yours as well.
Starting in the galley then clockwise around the camper:
1. Cabinet over microwave- empty plastic containers, and containers with spices and condiments like vinegar, etc.
2. Tall cabinet- Nesting aluminum/ceramic cookware, plus a plastic magazine holder with collapsible kettle, measuring cups, and assorted other cooking things. (All of which live there all the time.). A rack on the door (mounted high) holds coffee press, tea, etc.
3. Drawer- silverware, scissors and small tools
4. Lower cabinet #1 (no heater or cooktop) holds butane burners and butane canisters
4b Bottom cabinet holds nested Corelle dinnerware, plastic glasses, coffee cups
5. Breakfast supplies in plastic containers
6. Clothes in pack-it containers and mesh laundry bags
7. Rear cabinet- Ditto. I use the back corners for permanent storage of things like a poncho, wind jacket, etc
8. Varies. Usually seasonal clothing, or dog’s stuff.
9. Candles, battery lights
10. Plastic bags, foil, etc. plus food
11. Over dinette- food
12. Over dinette- First aid, bug spray, meds
13. Lower storage left of dinette- Large pot, extra dog food
14. Space behind dinette seat, left of bathroom. I have a shelf and cabinet with door above. Behind the seat are sleeping bags and other bedding. In the cabinet above the seat are “office/study” with maps, binocs, field guides, travel info.
15. Upper Bathroom cabinet- towels, toiletries, extra TP
15 b. Lower bathroom cabinet - plastic containers with hardware, tools, and camp gear like fire starters, rope, clothespins, etc
16. Tall closet- Lower part holds camp chairs, folding table, collapsible broom, and jack stands. Upper holds a few hanging things, and hooks velcroed to the bar for coat and backpack storage
17. Over door shelf- hats and occasionally vegetable storage
18. Lower cabinet to the left of bed area has a plastic bin wedged into the space with canned goods.
19. Under bed, two large plastic containers. One for cleaning supplies and misc., the other for shoes. These are held in place by an adjustable shower curtain rod during travel.
I store hoses, electrical
gear, camp setup things, etc in two waterproof containers that can live outside and travel in front of the step up to the back level held in place again by an adjustable rod. Or can live under the bed, if i’m leaving the bed down in camp.
Now I’m going to go back to Tammy’s list and see if I can improve this organization!
And I agree with Linny. Put everything back!!!