I've had my camper set up in the driveway for a while now. Originally, it was to just let it dry out after it rained while packing up. I then decided to take the time to do a little maintenance and work on a couple of things I wanted to add. The first was adding some shelving in the bunk ends. I just wanted to have a place to put things like clothes, towels, etc. I made one using the white wire shelving found at most home improvement stores. I liked using the Rubbermaid brand as it had a wall bracket that was easily modified to work on my bunk end supports. Here's a link to the bracket: http://www.lowes.com/pd_246393-315-FG3D6101WHT_0__?productId=3229678&Ntt=rubbermaid+shelving&Ns=p_product_price|0 I just cut the little drywall flanges off flush and then used small machine head screws to fasten them to the upright support poles in each bunk end. You could probably make it even easier to mount by just using self tapping machine screws. Then you wouldn't have to deal with pre-drilling a hole and such. The brackets are mounted on the inside part of each pole and lay flat against the mattress when I fold everything up. This made for a place for the back of the shelf to rest. The front of the shelf is supported by a strap with an adjustable buckle that is just ran over the horizontal support and through the wire shelf itself. The whole thing only takes a second or two to put up and take down.