If you own an RV, you know how wonderful RV life can be. Traveling across the country in your RV is a convenient and fun way to travel. But because your living space is self-contained, there are some drawbacks. Here are some suggestions to help make life in your RV a little easier and less cluttered.

Many RVs, especially older ones, are short on light. Obviously, it won’t bother you when you’re driving. However, it can be frustrating when you just want to read a book. Many stores and online sites sell battery operated lights that can be used to help brighten things up. They can be mounted underneath cabinets or simply placed on countertops to provide extra light.

Plastic bins are helpful for containing clutter and keeping items from rolling around while you drive. But you won’t want to dig through a large bin every time you need something. There are many sizes and shapes of plastic containers, so think outside the box! Use skinny food storage containers as trash cans in tight spaces. Square or rectangular containers will also fit into cabinets and corners more easily, saving space. There are even small plastic caddies with suction cups on them can be attached to the windows. Use these to hold things like crayons for the kids or pens and small notebooks.

Whether you’re storing your boat, RV, or other large items, Big Item Storage can accommodate your needs. Both our Rockport and Corpus Christi locations are clean and secure. For more information or to reserve your spot, check out our website here or call us at 361-937-2423 (Corpus) or 361-238-7177 (Rockport).