We bought a newer camper while we were working on the remodel of the Arctic Fox in the other blog posts. The remodel pictures are making the rounds of Pinterest, which is a lot of fun!
I promised the hubby that I wouldn’t do anything to this new camper. I had my fingers crossed behind my back. It started out pretty minor. The first thing I did was move the medicine cabinet up about 4 inches. We are both tall. I couldn’t see anything above my chin with the cabinet where they’d hung it. That just was NOT going to work.
After that, I started adding bathroom storage. The medicine cabinet is ridiculous. When you open the door, everything falls out.
Here’s what the bathroom looks like now!
Here’s what I added:
Baskets on the wall:
Spectrum Diversified Pegboard & Wall Mount Basket, 10″ x 5″ x 7″
Spectrum Diversified Pegboard & Wall Mount Basket, 11″ x 4″ x 4″
Spectrum Diversified Pegboard & Wall Mount Basket, 4.5″ x 16.25″ x 4.25″
Basket in the shower:
Joyfamy Rustproof Hanging Shower Caddy with Hooks
Linkidea Toothbrush Holder, Stainless Steel
Of course, it wouldn’t be a camper without Command Hooks everywhere!
I added the baskets to the kitchen too:
The spice jars are from Amazon as well. They’re just like Tupperware, but they are SignoraWare. They can be purchased here:
Clear Plastic Empty Spice Container Spice Jars with Lid
I also added a small shelving unit to the area between the refrigerator and the dinette. The basket holds things like foil and zipper bags. There is a small vacuum sealer tucked behind. I like to cook with a Sous Vide if we are connected to electricity. The basket area is perfect for holding a few bottles or boxes of wine:
Do you see the basket hanging on the back of the dinette seat? We tuck small things in there, including a tape measure, charging cords, and small stands for our phones and iPads.
I added more spice containers and magnetic hooks for utensils in the stove area:
I really like these little spice containers. They are here:
KaryHome Spice Shaker Jars
I stuck them down to the cabinet with Nano tape. Nano tape is fantastic for traveling in campers. I used it on the back of Command hooks, because Command tape is, well, pretty expensive. I use it to stick my soap dispensers, hand sanitizer, and coffee syrups to the counter. I don’t know that I’d trust it to hold really important or heavy things or if the temperatures in your camper are extremely hot or cold, but I like it and carry a couple of rolls with us:
Nano Double Sided Tape
Amazon doesn’t currently have the magnetic hooks that I used. They are similar to these:
Harmiey Magnetic Hooks
I labeled all of the spices with a Brother label maker.
What do you do to keep your camper organized?
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2 thoughts on “Lance 1050S – Storage Modifications”
What is the metal looking backsplash around the stove and where did you find it?
It’s a wavy textured plastic and I believe it was stock from the Lance factory.