The wall pouches and magazine rack were from Camping World. They are often on sale but they're not expensive to start with.
The magazine rack was around $10.00 when I bought it - you can see it at:
The magazine cover mounts with screws from the front - we put plastic screw covers over the heads so you don't see the silver screws.
They also have several small wood racks for condiments etc.
These wall pouches come with adhesive strips to mount them but we chose to mount them through the cabinet using #6 wood screws instead. We tested the adhesive strips but felt they might lose their "holdability" over time. A right angle drill would have made the mounting a bit easier. My hubby masked the outside of the cabinet and marked the outside dimensions of the pouches then drilled the
holes through the cabinet face. Then I held the pouch in place while he inserted the drill bit from the back side of the cabinet, through the hole and drilled slightly to mark the backside of the wall pouch. Then I removed the wall pouch and he was able to see where exactly to make the pilot holes for the screws. Again I held the wall pouch up to the face of the cabinet (make sure you remove any masking tape that will be behind it) then he screwed it in place from inside the cabinet. They are super secure and no worries about them falling off in transit.
Remember - just because something comes with the screws, doesn't mean those screws will work in your situation. Check the screw size and depth - you may have to purchase new ones to avoid splitting wood or protruding too far out into the cabinet space (you can always use a small backer board inside to give the screws more material to mount into). I ordered my trailer with reinforced walls around the fridge because I knew it would be the likeliest place for mounting coat hooks, the TV and other accessories. I also ordered blocks in the wall above the cook top so I would have a way to safely mount a back splash panel. Hope the photos help.