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So after wondering where the hell I am going to store all my tools and stuff, my friend had the idea of using pegboard. So I tried it and it works a treat!

I intend to do the same in the kitchen, so after I put all my pots and pans and dishes in place I have 0 room for food... :\

What clever ways have other liveaboards come up with to make the most of storage space? Pictures would be great for sparking ideas!
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So after wondering where the hell I am going to store all my tools and stuff, my friend had the idea of using pegboard. So I tried it and it works a treat!

I intend to do the same in the kitchen, so after I put all my pots and pans and dishes in place I have 0 room for food... :\

What clever ways have other liveaboards come up with to make the most of storage space? Pictures would be great for sparking ideas!
I'd think twice about it for kitchen things the back side can grow mold.
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Not a live aboard, but...

Trays help.








A sea chest can make a step.
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And for many tools I like rolls.
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