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Old 06-29-2016, 12:31 PM   #11
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Thanks for the link! Much easier to search! I have a few ideas floating around in my mind... Maybe over the holiday weekend I will see what I can come up with.


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Thought I'd provide you with this link. It is "quick glance" reference of archived A Frame threads from this forum that covers almost any topic you can imagine to include storage ideas. There are pages and pages of different topics you can review and reference.


You can also go to the search section in this forum and just type in A Frame Storage and I'm sure it will provide you with several links you can explore for additional storage mods that others have completed.


http://www.forestriverforums.com/for...map/f-221.html
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Old 06-29-2016, 12:52 PM   #12
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My wife had purchased some small square containers that I found napkins fit in perfectly. She also uses some square plastic carry trays that we fit utensils in and all of that fits in the pantry. In my old camper I bought a chrome wall mount spice rack and mounted it on the wall between the sink and stove. That gave me more storage in the pantry (not much but every inch counts). I have containers in the drawers to keep cooking stuff together and also for small maintenance items like fuses and tools. In the bathroom I've added an over the door towel hanger and a hand towel rack near the sink on the wall. I'm still looking at getting a wall mount towel holder like they have in hotels. I have storage containers underneath also. One for the BBQ stuff, one for water hoses, one for seasonal decorations, one for extra electrical and misc items, and one for the sewer hoses and connections. I've hung the oven mitts on the inside of the pantry door between shelves and found the broom and dust pan will fit between the pantry door and shelves with the door shut.
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Old 07-03-2016, 03:31 AM   #14
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I use one or two shelves on the counter and gain vertical space as needed. Using bins, see thru container boxes and stackable baskets helps keep things organized. Other things I use are gear ties, over the cabinet door hanger systems.
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Old 07-03-2016, 11:23 AM   #15
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Handbuilder, how stable do you find tv on shelving unit? I also had a similar shelf and tv on top but even with stabs down it seemed tv was a little wobbly while setting on top of shelf and ended up putting it directly on top of micro cabinet. My tv is 24 inch Insignia.
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I use a small piece of velcro that wraps over the base of the tv and around a couple wires on the shelf. I have a 24" Samsung.
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I use a small piece of velcro that wraps over the base of the tv and around a couple wires on the shelf. I have a 24" Samsung.

Thanks! I'll try that.
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