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Old 06-02-2015, 08:57 PM   #1
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I've hung a shoe organizer in the only closet we have. Put towels, paper towels, soap, etc in them. Of course it didn't fill all the space in the closet.
There is still about 11" of space between the organizer and the bathroom wall. I have cleaning supplies in a tote at the bottom of this space. Anyone put any kind of shelves, etc. in the closet? Got pics? Going "boondocking" this weekend...maiden voyage! Can hardly wait! Thanks for pics, ideas, ect.
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I found this hanging closet organizer at bed bath beyond. It actually starts out twice as "tall" as this, but I cut the bottom section off. Works well for me.

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thanks for the picture..your closet looks smaller than mine! Didn't get to go boondocking as bad storms came in. Plan to go "civilized" camping in 2 weeks. Still don't know what to do with the closet issue, guess we'll see what happens in two weeks. May have to re-think what I've already done.
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we used an IKEA metal or plastic slide drawer rack in the our closet. There a two kinds at the store. Do a search for cloths storage. I posted something on this under modification threads. Also did not take pictures but will do that when we get the trailer a week or so for our next trip.
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well, I went and bought another closet organizer to put alongside the first one. Now we have "his" & "her's"...LOL!
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well, I went and bought another closet organizer to put alongside the first one. Now we have "his" & "her's"...LOL!
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That mod is a nice idea.

I relocated some factory shelves and added an additional wood shelf in my bath closet to gain space usability.
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since our FF is a 2007, there is no closet in the bathroom, just underneath the TV. Have to do what we can for storage.
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Hi guys, I did the hanging organiser in closet too, $2 from our supermarket, perfect length, loops over rail in wardrobe, so still room over over 1 side to hang jackets with plastic bin on floor for wine etc....I modified it by putting in thick chipboard in each pocket - this keeps items level & distributes weight real well too have just taken out microwave too..we just don't use it & give HEAPS of additional storage
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all nice ideas! Really like the idea to put boards in to keep sturdy and level! Wil have to look into that. Going to try and go out over Labor Day weekend as it will be the last 3 day weekend for both hubby and self.
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