We use the drawer at the floor under the sink for most of our utensils. Got a silverware tray on one side, a plastic tray next to it for most of the utensils, and then there is room in the back for pancake turners, soup ladels, etc.
All of our dishes, cups, serving bowls, glasses, etc are located above the sink.
We use the drawer under the dinette, nearest the drivers compartment for pots and pans, the other one is for mixing bowels, etc.
I added one shelf along with re-adjusting the remaining shelving in the pantry in order to increase storage capacity. In the bottom of the pantry, I store the Laptop and the head for the Dyson. (I store the tubing behind the driver/passenger seat alongside the step). On the shelf above the laptop, we store a combo mixer/blender/chopper, the toaster, and the coffee maker. Above that are three shelves for food stuffs. We found some sterlite containers that fit perfectly and use them to store loose food packages.
I mounted a SentrySafe X041E 0.4 Cubic Foot Security Safe in the little cubby at the end of the bed, the one facing the living area with a door on it. I needed to raise it up an inch in order for the door to open properly, but its hidden, out of sight, and once the slide out is in, pretty much impossible to get at. There is room behind it for another small lockable storage box, if needed. Some states require that certain things be in separate locking containers, if you get my drift
Today, I made a new knife holder. The one behind the stove top is pretty much useless due to the size constraints for the knives.
I took a piece of 1/4 x 3 poplar, my table saw and router table and created a masterpiece.
Well anyways, it will be functional and hold all the knives we will ever need. I turned the knives 90° from the factory knife holder. Will post pics later once the stain dries.
Actually there is a ton of storage for TWO in the MBS2400 series motor homes, but I really believe it was designed for two in the first place.
BTW if you have the trekker cap, the overhead storage is great for munchies, movies, maps, and manuals