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Old 07-01-2012, 11:16 PM   #15
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Hi Meredith...if it's the little red stackables you're talking about...they're great! They snap together tightly and they don't move

thanks,
I'm going to go check them out next time I'm in town. I need some of those for the kitchen and bathroom. I bought some clear boxes with snapping lids from Ikea and I put labels on them for my boys. They each have their own in the bathroom with tooth brushes and contact solution in them. Now they can't argue and fight as where their own stuff is.
But my husband and I need a little more shelving.
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Old 07-06-2012, 11:27 PM   #16
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Valmog, love your decor!!! How did you attach the pictures to he wall so they won't fall off going down the road???
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Old 07-09-2012, 11:03 AM   #17
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Autumn,
I use these velcro wall hangers by 3m. You can get them everywhere. We've traveled down a lot of bumpy roads and nothing has ever come off the walls. They also are easy remove and don't leave any marks
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Old 07-09-2012, 11:56 AM   #18
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Cool! I'm glad to hear that they work! Thanks!
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Old 07-10-2012, 12:28 PM   #19
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We have an over the door shoe organizer on the inside door of the closet. The individual pockets are great for organizing small items like brushes, hair spray, hair dyer etc. the PO also installed a full length mirror to the font of same door. Hubby installed lots of fancy robe hooks everywhere on sets of three. Then we attached two small glass shelves on the closet wall next to the bed for reading glasses, watch, iPad,etc.

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Old 07-24-2012, 08:40 PM   #20
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Mary, wish we had room to put up glass shelves near the bed...next thing I am going to figure out how to do!

For my 16 ft friends...here is the closet organizer I ordered. Fits nicely but hardware got in the way so had to cut it in half!

Every little bit of extra storage counts
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Old 11-15-2012, 04:20 PM   #21
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Hi, this is great and thanks for the pics. I have a center bath Sovereign with three closet doors in a row across from the bathroom. It's dead space.
Behind door #1, closest to the rear, we have a hanging organizer hanging from the bar. That works well for our clothes.
Behind door #2, coats and sweaters hang with boots and such below.
Door #3 is a mess. We put some stuff in there but it just piles up and that is not working at all!
The wheel well is in the closet too, so I can't stack bins.
I'd like to have shelves in closet #3. Maybe something that attaches to a floor to ceiliing pole? I'm scared to death to drill or screw anything into the walls. Can you? How thick are they anyway? How much weight could they hold? 10 lbs?
ANy ideas? or better yet, pictures?

I like the 3M command products. We have pictures on our walls and they don't budge. Actually, I was trying to take one down and I had to pull rather hard. When it finally came loose, I lost my grip and the picture was sent flying across the trailer and broke the glass. It was funny. I never think about them falling off the walls.
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Old 11-15-2012, 08:13 PM   #22
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here are a few pics from our space. I love the shelves in the closet. (container store). They fit PERFECT in the bottom space. Not sure what I'll use it for but they are great. On the top, I use the hanging shoe bags that hold enough clothes - rolled. There is room for two hangers on the left for two heavy fleece jackets. We put our biking back packs behind it all in the "crawl space".

Now that I don't use much plastic in the house, all that old tupperware I invested 20 years ago has a new life. They are modular so they fit great , too. There are two big containers in the back under the sink, in addition to the front ones.

In the hampers, we keep slippers and extra items in clear vinyl zipper bags from linens we had purchased. It keeps things in sight and clean. We've traveled for a week, boon docking, and have plenty of room! Keeping things to a minimum with double duty, its been just great! Even in such a small space.

Its fun tweaking on each trip though!

and p.s. - - I'm not drilling ANY walls!
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We have a few small hooks in our closet, which I use for small, hanging toiletry kits that contain numerous small, personal items.

Uses vertical, dead space.


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