Saturday, June 13, 2015

RV Storage Using A Hanging Shoe Organizer

This is how I used to store my shoes in my RV. It was a hanging shoe organizer that was on the back of my sliding bedroom door. It was inconvenient because it would get caught on the bed. 

This is what the bed frame looked like with the bed raised. Pardon my unorganized mess in the storage compartment. 

I started at the bottom of the shoe organizer and cut off the rows. 

I used a staple gun to attach them to the bed frame. 

I filled them with my shoes. 

With the mattress down and the bed made you can't even see the shoes. I had to lift the comforter up when taking the pic below otherwise the shoes are hidden. 

I had two rows left of the shoe organizer so I hung it back up. I plan to put hair accessories like my blow dryer, curling iron and hair straightener in it. It is high enough on the door that the two rows leftover don't get caught on the bed. 


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