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DIY Motorhome Seat Back Organizer Mod + Bonus Seat Cover

Is it a seat cover, seat back organizer, colorful accessory? A little bit of everything actually. This clever idea from Kris from Seeing the USA blog turns the unused space behind your motorhome seat into a easily accessible storage area for footwear, towels, sunblock, or anything else you need at your fingertips. This motorhome mod features a interesting design that offers one side as storage and the other side as a seat cover. Handy to protect you from the leather and the leather from you!

Motorhome Seat Back Organizer / Seat Cover

Kris’s motorhome seat back organizer is really just a few components. If you have sewing skill or know where to find someone who does than this is could be a simple project. You will need some type of durable fabric to serve as the seat cover. You will also need some kind of pocketed shoe organizer such as the one from Whitmor made of linen or the slightly cheaper polyester construction from Honey-Can-Do. After some handy sewing in of the elastic and fastening the organizer to the cover you will have a DIY motorhome seat back organizer to call your very own.

We are having one made that will have a cover that comes loose from the seat and fold back over the storage area and connect to the bottom of the storage in case we want to hide whatever we store. Those who like to keep a tidy RV or live with someone who does knows what that is all about. All it will take is a little extra elastic around the seat according to our seamstress!

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Bill and Kris have been married for 40 years and catalog their travels in their 2008 Itasca Navion iQ. They share the places, people, and even great ideas like this one at their blog: Seeing the USA, have a look!

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