Some tips and tricks to get the most from your Small Caravan
Small floorplan a bit tight? Fear not, caravaners; here’s a cheap and easy fix. Hang items such as pots and pans, keys and other bulky kitchenware on hooks, clips, or suction cups.
Collapse and relax
Purchase fold-out or pop-up items for the price of your morning coffee. Install them in your small caravan and head in the direction of free camping. Collapsible baskets, tabletop ironing boards, and clotheshorses triple your space. Drawer dividers and slide-out shelves, when packed correctly, increase the length and width of your caravan’s living and dining area while affording you stylish creature comforts from home.
Stacks of fun
Stackable storage tubs are the small caravan’s best buddy. They’re stylish, lightweight, and deliver extra space while remaining affordable. Stack them sky-high while keeping the price low. Deliver your travel companions peace of mind by optimising your space. Knowing your caravan’s length and height will improve your space-saving skills.
Best foot forward
Install a hanging shoe rack to conveniently load food, toiletries and other essential supplies that would otherwise spread out into precious space. A hanging shoe rack acts as a set of shelves. They were cheap, and they look great.
Your ordinary caravan wall is now capable of serving as a vertical space-saving device. Use wall-mounted magnetic strips to hold kitchen knives and stationery and keep your kitchenware in an easily accessible out-of-the-way place.
Look around your caravan. In most Fantasy Caravan models, there is abundant unused space perfect for storage. Check under your bed. Take a peek behind your dining area. You’ll be happy to note that these areas offer premium storage.
If packed correctly, the length and width of your caravan’s ceiling compromise impressive hanging space. Vast wardrobes containing light kitchenware, crockery, and cooking utensils can be installed.