Welcome to the Pop Up world of creative storage techniques. We have the 1940 LTD Freedom, similar to yours but a tad longer.
When we first got ours we had to strategically examine every nook and cubby hole as to where to store things. The pots and pans and dishes were stored inside of the dish pan, stored inside the underside of the sink after it had been flipped down. Coffee pot with filters stored inside of larger floor cabinet. Linens and bedding stored under the dinette bench, along with the pillows. Silverware in it's appropriate top pull out drawer, along with cooking utensils in bottom pull out drawer. Tools, twine, duct tape, lights, collapsible trash container, fly swatters, 1 lb. Lp canisters, and extra misc. items in small cabinet next to the door. Garbage bags and paper towels in another cubby under the sink area. Large Pitcher w/ glasses stored in another small cubby. Dish towels, wash cloths, hand towels, bath towels stored in a long covered tote and another long covered tote filled with paper plates, aluminum foil, toilet paper, baggies, pot holders, spices, etc. These 2 totes are then stacked and stored on the floor before break down for continued storing. Folding table laid atop the folded down dinette, along with our 2 folding camp chairs with side tables attached. Cook stove under the dinette with board games. 5 gallon water jug for our dogs water.
The list goes on but only you can decide what your wants vs. your needs are to really utilize the storage space wisely. It takes a few trips out to realize this. Our first Pup, a 94' Starcraft Starflyte, had more available storage and since acquiring our 1940 LTD we have had to be more creative with less storage. We have more features, but less storage. Was a good trade off for us. Sometimes, less is more.... until you need what you have left behind. Oy Vay!
As far as clothing is concerned, we pack our clothes in a duffle bag. We have no need for hangers so we just lay our clothes on the opposite bunk, along with our travel case of bathroom essentials. As for food, our meals are planned in advance each trip out, so no storing whatsoever in the Pup.
It's amazing how creative you can get with limited storage. Sometimes we think we need more than we actually do when camping. As I say, less is sometimes more.
Here is another thread that might interest you:
What do you set up at camp ground ?
Enjoy your new 2 you camper.