If you look through the trailer modifications thread (granted HUGE), you see all I’ve done. No longer have them on my iPad to save memory.
There are a lot of various bins I purchased at the dollar store & Walmart that help a lot and stop things from falling out of the overhead bins.
I use the tapered shaped magazine/file holders (Walmart office supplies) in the front cabinets over the bed on the outside ends to fit the curved TT front after removing those fixed panels. Retained by small bungees, makes easy access vice a far reach in.
The area under my stovetop beside my refrigerator was a HUGE waste of space. I popped that panel out and used a couple plastic plant pallets from a greenhouse for items in there, The burner gas line comes up through there.
Most of the blanking face panels are held by staples from behind. They can be gently popped inward to remove. Look around, you’ll find several blanked off unused areas you can repurpose for storage.
I even popped off the front of the bench nearest the door and remounted it in the center of the space under the bench. Still have a hidden storage under that bench but now have a place to throw shoes and get them out without pulling up the bench seat.
You’ll also find cabinet interior panels slapped in at angles to hide wiring & plumbing. You can square those off, likely requiring trimming, to increase cabinet space overall & better fit square items.
For clothing in the rounded top front overhead cabinet, I now fold and roll up pants and shirts, easier stacking and fitting in.
2019 Cherokee Wolf Pup 16BHS flipped axle
2019 Ford F-150 S-Crew 5.5 bed V8 w/tow package, TBC, Tow Mirrors, 3.55, 7000# GVWR, 1990#CC
Husky Centerline TS WDH 400-600# spring bars