I'm in Massachusetts now for my scribed timber framing class. But right now I have some van pictures.
After the sink area and the shelf for crates, the third built-in item is a box/seat with a hinged lid. It contains the wheel well bump so is convenient for storing the bedding, hammock, and curtains.
I may eventually add some cushions here. It's almost big enough to be a bed, but I am sleeping in the hammock so I don't really need a bed.
Next up: My solar recharging lamp. It looks like a large glass jar but the top is a small solar panel and under the lid are 4 LED lights. If I charge it long enough in the direct sun during the day I can get a few hours of light each night. It's great and I have positioned a few eye hook screws in the ceiling for hanging.
Finally, my little kitchen is in use! As you can see the water dispenser is positioned for its job as a faucet. I located powdered milk (whole, not skim) before leaving NJ. That's my coffee creamer.
So here's the all-important coffee set up. Boil water on camp stove (have good ventilation).
Not pictured: coffee sock. Scoop in some grounds, add boiled water. Let steep, then lift the sock. Here's coffee. Just add sugar and powdered milk. Not bad!
I purchased a safe for storing valuables like my computer. So far it hasn't been necessary but maybe I'll be glad I had it. It's secured to the floor.
And because I ran out of time, this is my tool storage set up. Just totes sitting on the floor, sliding back and forth a little as I drive.