How to Make Space in Your Trailer Home

  • Optimizing the limited space available in your trailer home requires organization and the right tools and appliances.
  • Some areas to focus on saving space in are the sleeping area, kitchen, and bathroom.
  • De-cluttering makes a big difference. Renting additional storage space may be worth it, depending on your location and long-term travel plans.

A trailer home is a great concept for those who enjoy travel and want to keep costs down. A trailer home is something you can keep forever, update and upgrade when needed and of course use for the whole family. It can be your long-term home or used only for smaller travels.

Either way though, making space is a vital element of making this a reality. Making space allows you to enjoy the small space you have, be functional and allow for an easier journey. Let’s look at some tips to help you on this quest.

The kitchen area is probably the only space where everyone will meet during meal times. It must be particularly well organized, and above all, well optimized.

Optimize Your Kitchen Area

The kitchen area is probably the only space where everyone will meet during meal times. It must be particularly well organized, and above all, well optimized.

To do this, you have to think vertically and use the available space above your worktop. The best option is often hanging storage. In addition to being able to store a good number of accessories, this arrangement will in no way disturb the remaining space in your motorhome.

In order to keep all your utensils and provisions in place during journeys, we recommend that you use grab bars and storage nets. As for the inside of the cupboards, the ideal way is to equip yourself with organizers and storage that can be attached to the doors.

A Functioning Bathroom

In a motorhome, the sanitary spaces must be flawless in terms of layout and practicality. All travelers should be able to feel comfortable there. As for the toilets, we advise you to opt for the classic motorhome toilets:

In a motorhome, the sanitary spaces must be flawless in terms of layout and practicality.

Cassette toilet: This is very easy to transport and empty, this model is characterized by functions that are always very practical. Cassette toilets have a swivel bowl, which makes them adaptable to all spaces.

Chemical toilets: Special chemical motorhome toilets are ideal in that they combine both aesthetics and complete hygiene. This type of toilet is very easily transportable; but their greatest advantage lies in the clean water jet which allows the bowl to be emptied simply after use while neutralizing unpleasant odors.

Use Additional Storage Space When Needed

If you have too many items in your trailer home, you can’t live as comfortably as you may like. If you are planning on staying somewhere long-term, you can look at renting out a personal storage unit, which can greatly assist with organization! If you’re in the Utah area, you can get secure self-storage in Park City to keep all your things safe and secure

Use Your Sleeping Area

One of the areas most likely to take up space in your motorhome is sleeping space. However, it is generally only used in the evening. As a result, manufacturers are constantly innovating in the creation of removable and foldable beds and bunks.

Today, it is easy to find ultra-compact children’s beds, but still very comfortable, and above all taking up a minimum of space. If, however, you have a classic sleeping area, we advise you not to skimp on comfort and to choose a mattress that is both compact and comfortable. Likewise, with regard to the box spring, a slatted model will be ideal to let your mattress breathe.

Is it time to get on the road yet? Remember these tips to make your travels more comfortable and organized!

David Jackson, MBA

David Jackson, MBA got a finance degree at World University and is a contributing editor and writer there. He also serves on the board of a 501(c)3 non profit in Utah.
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