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Old 04-08-2018, 07:56
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I purchased a wooden shed and fitted shelves.
Purchased2 Keter Borneo storage chest for outside, But in our lounge area below the cushions there is loads of storage. Purchased various double up kitchen shelves for the cupboards to enable twice the storage and purchased a double bed base with 4 draws.
I use the storage below my kitchen bench for my booze, Had to prioritize!
Needless to say we have plenty of unused storage after purchasing smaller items

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Old 04-08-2018, 11:15
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we've got little wire baskets that screw onto the doors to hold smaller bottles in, also an old fashioned plate stacker that takes a load of different sized plates. But I have to say the storage in our van is more generous in the kitchen than any other room
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Old 04-08-2018, 15:31
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Ah - Maddy's post has just reminded me - we got some over-door shoe storage bags, which look rather like fabric shelves on strings (ours was from John Lewis). The pockets are just the right size for assorted small items (polish, dusters etc), and can go either on the inside of a full length cupboard door, or on over an internal door. The john Lewis ones can take quite a bit of weight, as well.
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Old 08-09-2018, 09:19
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So, looks like we are going to move into our new fully residential van this month.AT LAST !!.

Whilst we have loads of storage in the bedrooms,Bathrooms and sitting room. We are very limited in the Kitchen.

What I need your help with is ; Imaginative,logical,workable solutions for storage in the Kitchen.

We have 1 double under the sink unit that extends into a corner. 1 cupboard next to the cooker and 1 side cupboard. several wall display units.

How have you all over come the storage problems in the kitchen folks ??.

All super dooper suggestions needed...HELP.
Hi All!!.. Just to say we are in our new place and have even managed to have a few empty cupboards. There has been plenty of cutting back of trees to let the light in and get them of the van but apart from that the move has been smooth. Dont know what I was worried about.
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Old 08-09-2018, 10:09
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Excellent news - nice to know that it all went OK. Here's to many happy years in your new home.
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Old 08-09-2018, 10:59
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that's all good then hope it continues
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Good news...enjoy
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Old 10-09-2018, 13:34
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I'm pleased to hear everything worked out for you. You've moved in just in time to try your central heating out and work out what's the best times and temperatures to suit your lifestyle.

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