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RV Hacks Courtesy of IKEA.

Last updated: 21 September 2023

We all know and love IKEA. What’s not to love? They’ve got that stark blue color and the warm and friendly big blocky yellow lettering that just draws you in like a moth to a flame. On top of that, they have some of the most cost effective solutions for home furnishings and storage. But did you know you can adapt a number of their products into great RV hacks?

Here are a few of our highlighted recommendations for bringing IKEA into your RV:


This handy little rolling cart can free up the clutter of a kitchen countertop and also store food, utensils, crafts, pet food, shoes, a makeshift cat bed, etc. It’s also fairly small and can compliment your mobile living space.


If you’re looking to expand your kitchen table size, you could always try the handy little Norden which is essentially a very sturdy folding table that comes with storage drawers built right into it.


These little genius space savers are great for clearing up the kitchen counters and saving on drawer space. You can even get additional pieces to hang pots, containers, and a variety of other add-ons.


Want to organize your spices without the hassle of a spice rack or taking up room in your cupboard? The Grundtal magnetic containers stick to any metal surface. You can even install metal strips wherever you’d like to keep them.


Particularly if you have kids, you know what an issue shoes can be, especially in a small space like an RV. These Hemnes shoe cabinets are available in a variety of sizes and are easy to install. Their foldability works well to conserve space but will keep you from tripping over that pair of runners for the fourteenth time.


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