Motorhome Storage Solutions :: For Clothes, Spices, Tea, Coffee & More.

Living in our Motorhome, with four of our five boys, and limited Storage Space I need all the Motorhome Storage Solutions that I can get!

We have a huge cupboard at the back of the Motorhome where each shelf is for one child. On that shelf was clothes, books, homeschooling material, and toys. Sometimes it was such a mess and nothing could be found. I was going nuts trying to find clothes each morning – and so I asked David if he could think of a solution.

We started out with this as our boys wardrobe…..

Motorhome Storage Solutions

Each Shelf Soon Become a Nightmare! ~

Even though they had to clean it up they still couldn’t find clothes!

Now the wardrobe looks like this…..

Storage solutions

He came up with this…….

Our kids wardrobe

 Nicholas Shelf ~

The Blue storage Boxes are from Crazy Clarks for about $7.00

and today we found the Green Frog Storage box from a discount store in Mackay for $4.00 🙂


 Zachery Shelf ~

All green Storage boxes from Crazy Clarks.

Cubby Holes for clothes

 Cameron Shelf ~

David made these Cubby Holes for their Clothes but didnt want to make any more for Nic or Zac because it was getting to heavy (we have to think about weight issues for going over bridges!)

Now that the boys cupboards are all sorted for keeping it easy to use, I started on the Kitchen Cupboards!

So far the Tea/Coffee/Sugar etc Cupboard is sorted. It now looks like this…

 kitchen cupboard

 Dates, Sugar, Tea Bags, Herbal TeaBags ~

Plus our Natural Healing Oils are now in containers!

 Next cupboard to attack is our Herbs. David LOVES to cook and we have so many different packets of herbs that need sorting! Must remember to take a photo before he gets it into the new containers! Our solution to knowing which jar is going to hold which herb?

Easy! We will be buying a label maker and putting labels on each jar. Was meant to buy it today but I forgot while I was out shopping!

Motorhome storage for cupboards

 These Magnetic Jars are from Bunnings ~

Each Jar is magnetic so it will be safer for when we are driving. No more spills to clean up when we have stopped 🙂

We will have more Motorhome Storage Solutions For Cupboards as time goes on! David is getting our Motorhome ready for registration.

Today he picked up the Splash Back for the Gas Stove Top.

Seatbelts have been purchased for a great price (Gosh we saved so much by buying in bulk!)

New Windscreen for the front window is being organised.

Then its time to think about getting the old school bus (NEW life on the Road Motorhome!) ready to hit the road 🙂

We Cant Wait To Head To Canberra.

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11 thoughts on “Motorhome Storage Solutions :: For Clothes, Spices, Tea, Coffee & More.

    • June 26, 2012 at 11:25 pm

      Hi Ash,

      thanking you! We love sorting out our cupboard spaces so that it works much easier for all of us 😉

      We cant wait to get to Canberra!


  • June 27, 2012 at 7:10 am

    I love those magnetic containers. What a great idea. The boys cupboard looks heaps better.
    Jackie Stenhouse recently posted..Heart Cookie Cutters

    • June 27, 2012 at 11:48 am

      Hi Jackie,

      Dave sure has done a great job with the Cupboards! Cant wait to see the rest of the bus come together – its getting really exciting as he is putting so many finishing touches together 🙂


  • June 28, 2012 at 1:39 am

    I love the magnetic jars! Thanks for posting this idea.

    • June 30, 2012 at 11:13 am

      Hi Vicky,

      Thanking you for the great feedback 🙂

      We cant wait to use the jars!

  • July 1, 2012 at 8:37 pm

    Gosh your gonna love Canberra, we arrived there from West Oz aand saw it all in one day…

    • July 5, 2012 at 12:57 pm

      Thanks Sean – we cant wait see it all 🙂

  • May 1, 2013 at 10:26 pm

    Hi Lisa! I’ve been trawling your site for all your wonderful wisdom about bus referbishmetns. We are considering buying an old Bedford. Can you tell me about the seat belts?? Where did you get them and dis you install them yourselves? thanks a lot! I dont want to have no belts for the kids.
    Jill recently posted..Crossing the Nullarbor

    • May 2, 2013 at 9:47 am

      Hi Jill,

      We purchased the seat belts from Super Cheap Auto and then David (being a boat builder/caravan builder) installed them according to the RTA rules/regulations. Then they had to be approved by an certified engineer in Mackay. The rules regards seat belts are really strict – David had to re-adjust his seat belt to meet the standards.

      Bedford buses rock!!! They have such character 🙂

      Regards Seat belts – Make sure you have enough beds per seat belts. The motor registry in Bundaberg made sure we had the right seats to belts ratio, as well as make sure you have a dinning table (to be classed as a Motorhome) of course from State to State there are many different rules/regulations. I have heard that Victoria is the easiest state for Rego!

      Happy to answer any questions, and all the best with purchasing a Bedford. Be great to meet you one day somewhere around Australia.


    • May 7, 2013 at 7:14 pm

      Sorry – Its not Super Cheap Auto – it was Repco that he got the seat belts from!! I have uploaded a Youtube Clip to share about our Seats/Seat Belts 🙂


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