Show me inside your cupboards...

Discussion in 'Camper Conversions' started by Youngdub, Jun 16, 2018.

  1. So I have a couple of your standard floor mounted cupboards and for our first trip camping I will be filling with plates (melamine), cups, the odd glass, pans, etc.
    How are you all stopping it slopping and rattling around?
    Have you racks, etc?
    Any piccies appreciated to give me inspiration to buy or build :)
    Thanks
    YD
    (ps - they are not my soft toys ...)
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  2. I chuck everything in and wedge it with tea towels, loo rolls etc then close the cupboard door quickly and put the catch on.
    It all settles down before getting onto the motorway and when you get to your destination, all topples out on opening the door ready to use! Bargain! :D


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  3. If I ever do my interior again I would fit drawers instead cupboards
     
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  4. Baysearcher

    Baysearcher [secret moderator]

    That’s what I do.
    Haven’t got time to be faffing around with racks etc.
     
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  5. And it all takes itself out when you open the door again... what’s not to like? :D


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  6. Merlin Cat

    Merlin Cat Moderator

    Shelves with plastic boxes in to put stuff in. Then wedged with tea towels, loo rolls etc as above :)

    Tbh usually I have a floor full of crap shoved last minute in carrier bags :)
     
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  7. Day

    Day Sponsor

    I made a large drawer for inside the cupboard on one shelf.
    The top shelf is lined with anti slip rubber mat. The bottom drawer has everything in a padded old thermos bag.
    Nothing really rattles around.
    The more you use your bus for what it's intended the more you'll get to sort it.
     
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