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Old 09-14-2015, 07:56 PM   #1
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What do you store under the bed?

Just curious how people use the area under the bed vs. what you relegate to outside storage.
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Good question, I for one know I don't utilize the space well enough.
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Old 09-14-2015, 08:02 PM   #3
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I will happily confess to having way too much useless, "well, we'll stick it under the bed for now" stuff under there. Out of sight, out of mind. Then sometimes I will lift up the bed, and ponder the array (disarray?) of stuff under there, rationalize to myself, "well, it ain't that heavy (it's p/o slide), and maybe we might want to read that/look at that/use that sometime, and geez, clearing it out means trips back and forth to put it...........somewhere......

I'm going to go out on a limb and suggest I am not alone in those woods....
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We keep extra bedding including a couple of mats and sleeping bags for company. Ours is not very full. It is kind of hard to access since we have to lift the platform and mattress,
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A few bottles of wine is all there is room for due to the slide mechanism.
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Old 09-14-2015, 08:10 PM   #6
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All y'all are makin' me feel alone out in the woods here...........
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We have a shoe rack both outside and inside the bed. Holds. 30 pairs of shoes. Sized for boots,sandal,etc. easy to make
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We keep excess stock under our bed, paper towels, toilet paper, all kinds of stuff for the kitchen, coffee, creamer, and just stuff that one uses on a daily basis,and we keep the stock under there, we just keep extra on board. We don't like to shop, so when we do we stock up, and under the bed it goes.
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Two folding wooden tray tables, a couple of blankets and 2 spare pillows.
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We have a shoe rack both outside and inside the bed. Holds. 30 pairs of shoes. Sized for boots,sandal,etc. easy to make
I don't have that many shoes... While traveling, If I can't go there wearing flip flops, I probrably shouldn't be there anyway.. lol
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Extra folding chairs for our dinette, blankets and the dehumidifier
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Ironing board, extra foam for beds for overnight guests,extra sheets and towels for the same.
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We are not full time, but use it for extra case of bottled water, and paper towel. On a long trip with four of us I'll throw the dirty laundry in there till we get home usually stuffed in old pillow cases. Easy to unload later.
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I keep bedding and pillows for the sofa bed, a couple of quilts in a tub. The rest of the space is for my rally stuff: big mixing bowls, pitchers, big spoons, half trays, box of plastic silverware, etc since we cook a lot for a lot.
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