On my new, purchased in January, Coachmen Freedom Express there were two pantry type storage areas with no shelving. Each of these were just an open vertical storage area with doors. After much head-banging on ideas I settled on using wire shelving much like would be in a house closet. I figured out how many I would need, the spacing of each shelf vertically, the depth of shelving I would need and proceeded to improve these two storage areas. I used 3/4" x 3/4" wood cut to length for the shelves to sit on and used screws to attach them to the interior walls. In one pantry the shelves would be for towels, washcloths, then two plastic storage bins for assorted bath needs (soap, toothpaste, toothbrushes, deodorant, sunscreen, band-aids/medical needs). The other pantry would be for kitchen "stuff" (canned goods, boxed foods, kitchen towels, etc.). I placed the wire shelving upside down so that the lip that normally hangs down would be up to prevent items from sliding off of the shelf. No, it's not a five minute job but was well worth the time and effort to do this. By the way "OldCoot"--that's a nice job on the drawers.