What have you done with your roughly-triangular overhead cabinets to make the best use of those oddly-shaped spaces?
These seem to be found in most if not all Airstreams, whether trailer or motorhome.
A few months ago, my husband and I acquired an Airstream Interstate, which is tiny as motorhomes go (Class B). It's especially important for us to find ways to use our seven overhead cabinets efficiently, because they constitute such a large fraction of our total storage volume.
Thus far, we have used PVC pipe to build a series of clothing cubbies for me in one of the cabinets. I've attached a descriptive pic and a link to a blog post describing the DIY construction sequence.
One down, six to go. Next, I would really like to discover a solution for storing food items in an organized fashion. Like clothing, food packages tend to end up in a disorganized heap at the bottom of their cabinet.
Also, if there is an existing thread on this issue, please link it here. I searched and searched but could not find one (each search phrase yielded about 600 nonspecific threads).
THE INTERSTATE BLOG: MAXIMIZING 'TRIANGULAR' AIRSTREAM CABINET EFFICIENCY, PART 1: CLOTHING