What do you put where in the tiny cabinets?

KARKAR Member Posts: 5
Just got our 2015 [email protected] It's the U shape with 2 storage cabinets at the back - for clothes?
With 3 cabinets over since - really little and I just can't figure out what I'd put there.
With a large area over the A/C and an area that reaches the front of the [email protected] which looks like pots and pans, dishes, and food items would fit.
Cabinet under the sink looks like cleaning supplies, paper goods.
Little cabinet under the refrig where my husband likes electrical cord but I see a drain and am thinking the refrig condensation or something like that goes into the drain?
Space behind the back of the seat that folds down for the bed- we were thinking of putting our bedding there - extra mattress pad.
Space under the one seat by the front door- awning, wrench for stabilizers, not sure what else...
Thoughts?

Otherwise, I'm going to put it all in the car but my husband doesn't think that will be as convenient.

Appreciate your help:)
Thanks in advance!

Send photos if you would please.

I saw a few earlier posting that help with the cabinet under the sink- thanks:)
Happy Trails!
Safe Travels!

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  • dragonsdoflydragonsdofly Member Posts: 1,244
    @KAR, under the fridge is not a drain. It is an air vent for air circulation and helping draw cool air around the fridge. It is dry under the fridge. We have our daily usage tools under there. Above the kitchen, the really small cabinets, we have plastic drinking cups, a few small microwave containers(we were raising 2 boys, 11 months apart in age and a microwave was necessary), and containers of spices. But, to each their own. It is yours. Use it the way that suits you. Personalize. Small electronics fit there also. Phones, chargers, mini flashlight, etc. You'll find your answers by using your camper. Happy [email protected]! -Denise
    2017 [email protected] sofitel([email protected])TV 2015 Silverado 2500hd(Behemoth). Wyandotte, Michigan.
    Draco dormiens numquam titilandus.
  • Sharon_is_SAMSharon_is_SAM Moderator Posts: 5,197
    @KAR, the U model with no wet-bath probably has the most storage in the entire TaB line up!  Lucky you!  Don’t forget under the passenger side bench.  In our CS-S, during winter storage, we place items under the bench like small tables, awnings, rugs, etc.  Since we keep the bed made up while camping, that area is left with our 12 v compressor, battery charger, leveling blocks, dustpan - all accessible via the little door on the end of the bench.  The little cabinets over the kitchen counter store flashlights, solar lights and our microfiber bath towels.  The TaB will tow better if it has some tongue weight, so make use of your space inside.  
    Sharon / 2017 [email protected] CSS / 2015 Toyota Sienna Minivan / Westlake, Ohio
  • KARKAR Member Posts: 5
    dragonsdofly and Sharon_is_Sam- thanks for your responses:) Travel safely! K
  • CrabTabCrabTab Member Posts: 87
    @KAR, we place all sorts of things in soft (think pliable) containers, from ziplocks to travel cubes. A fresh change of clothes, towel, toiletries, books and anything else we need overnight and to start the next day go in the back cabinets.
    2019 320 Boondock Edge
  • jkjennjkjenn Member Posts: 5,750
    CrabTab said:
    @KAR, we place all sorts of things in soft (think pliable) containers, from ziplocks to travel cubes. A fresh change of clothes, towel, toiletries, books and anything else we need overnight and to start the next day go in the back cabinets.
    I had most of my clothes in those tiny back overhead cabinets when I spent the summer in my [email protected] Packing cubes and zip locks really help keep things organized and maximize that space.

    2015 320 S | [email protected] Nights: 211 | 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk

  • KARKAR Member Posts: 5
    Thanks. I'll check out packing cubes. :)
  • GatorEggGatorEgg Member Posts: 223
    Let’s see...
    other than having a S model you’re planning pretty close to how we pack.
    our shoes in under refrig compartment.  Dishes, cups, utensils, spices above counter. Kuerig Coffee maker and regularly used foods under sink cabinets.  Longer term food and paper goods under drivers side bench. Bedding roll behind dinette.  Clothes in upper cabinets.  The storage compartment under The bedding roll is hardly used.  Our XL visor(awning) and jack handle are there.  Since we have a Boondock, the rear Yakima rack carries our collapsible chairs, campsite rug, and tv antenna.  Our front platform has two boxes.  One gets electrical “stuff” power cords, adapters, spare fuses/parts.  The other is the water “stuff”.  Hoses, filters, adapters, jack pads.  
    The only thing which is up in the air is our Weber grill and box.  One trip it rode on top of one of the platform boxes.  But it reminded me of the Clampet mobile.  So it rides in the bed of my truck until I built a mount for it on the Yakima rack.
    2018 [email protected] Boondock 320S, 2019 Toyota Tacoma Sport 4x4
    Odessa, Fl.  

  • TampakayakerTampakayaker Member Posts: 109
    GatorEgg said:
    Let’s see...
    other than having a S model you’re planning pretty close to how we pack.
    our shoes in under refrig compartment.  Dishes, cups, utensils, spices above counter. Kuerig Coffee maker and regularly used foods under sink cabinets.  Longer term food and paper goods under drivers side bench. Bedding roll behind dinette.  Clothes in upper cabinets.  The storage compartment under The bedding roll is hardly used.  Our XL visor(awning) and jack handle are there.  Since we have a Boondock, the rear Yakima rack carries our collapsible chairs, campsite rug, and tv antenna.  Our front platform has two boxes.  One gets electrical “stuff” power cords, adapters, spare fuses/parts.  The other is the water “stuff”.  Hoses, filters, adapters, jack pads.  
    The only thing which is up in the air is our Weber grill and box.  One trip it rode on top of one of the platform boxes.  But it reminded me of the Clampet mobile.  So it rides in the bed of my truck until I built a mount for it on the Yakima rack.
    That is a good idea about the shoes, but I will have to see if my boat sized Crocs will squeeze under there!  :)

    Do you have an outside access door for the under bed storage?
    2006 RAM 1500 4 door, 2016 [email protected] 320 MAX S 
    Tampa FL
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