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Old 09-11-2015, 10:55 AM   #11
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So how are others utilizing the storage area in the kitchen and dinette? Haven't been able to decide what goes where logically. Pictures??
I looked at your trailer on line and feel your pain. There is no storage and no counter space, either in the kitchen or bath room. Maybe cookware in one dinette drawer, heavy food/canned goods in the other. Plates, bowls, glassware in a cabinet over the dinette, lightweight stuff like chips, cereal, paper towels, etc. in another cabinet. Flatware and cooking utensils in the drawer under the sink. You may need to use the oven and microwave as storage, too. Where do you put your clothes? Your linens? Your cleaning supplies? Good luck.

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Old 09-11-2015, 11:59 AM   #12
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Thanks for the ideas! There are cabinets on either side and above the bed and storage underneath so I think we're okay for clothes and linens. I guess we'll be bending down, reaching up, and climbing over a lot!

Susan & Jim
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Old 10-03-2015, 04:17 PM   #13
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We have the 2104s also. We have added a medium size truck bed storage bin on the out side a-frame behind the propane tanks. We had to replace the propane tank hard cover with a soft cover. This gives us more space under the dinette cushions. We put the pots and pans in the stove which we don't use much. We placed divders in the clothes closets next to bed for more clothes storage. Slide-out tray in pantry to hold paper products. No problem storing canned foods and snacks in the rest of the pantry. Put extra doors and dividers in the shelves above the dinette. This is where we store bread, chips, plastic wear, some plates and wine glasses and the toaster. We store a coffee pot behind the TV. We opened the doors that were hinged closed(water punp and hot water heater) for items like foil, garbage bags, etc.

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