Interestingly, during price-trade negotiations of our last RV purchase I'd mentioned shelving and cabinet doors I'd made. Subsequently, the salesperson, his manager and the general manager requested we bring the RV in before any trade was made. I donít blame these folks at all and graciously accepted the offer.
Although my work is impeccable, meaning the cabinets and shelving additions are properly jointed and actually better finished and hung than those from the factory, Iíve seen what some people did. The clichť: ďBeauty is in the eye of the beholder,Ē is perfect. Some RVís Iíve seen were fixed to death by owners unknown.
Nevertheless, perhaps purchased cabinets, custom made ones by you or others, or even shelves similar to spice racks might be of value? And, a simple bungee system holding your stuff may work-- along with non-slip surfaces.
Another trick weíve found while traveling: slow down. RVín on Alaskaís frost heaves necessitated restraint. Those who didnít heed this advice, given by many whoíve been there before, broke axels, lost complete cabinets, broke dishes and so on.
Anyway, thatís a bit of lore.