On the standard, the bathroom is on the left; in ours, the "couch" (or bunks) was replaced with a 3 door cabinet unit. On the left (street side and forward of the bathroom) is a hanging closet; middle is a general storage and jacket hanger area; on the right (curb side and just forward of the doorway) is a linen cabinet with 3 shelves. The step stool can be folded and stowed in the bathroom or left in place without interferring with the bathroom door.
Other mods include the toe board area on the street side (under the cabinets and under the bathroom doorway) was orginally rather large; converted to storage cabinet with sliding doors.
Lighted grab handle installed between the screen and the doorway on the left side of the doorway. Similar to Larry Page's.
"Lighted on" switches installed for the "porch" light
and the grab handle light
12v outlet installed on the underside of the overhead bins just aft of the bathroom. The outlet is not visible unless you really look for it.
(12v Sunray) installed on/in the ceiling just above the leading edge of the table (between the fantastic fan and std roof vent. Followed suggestion from Morgan Bulger.
Double pin hinges installed 9.5" back from the leading table edge, so we can fold up the front end of the table allowing more space for getting in and out of the "booth" area.
Original cushions in the loft area replaced with a double size mattress, positioned lengthwise (so we don't have to crawl over each other in the middle of the night). Privacy curtain repositioned on the forward side of the bathroom.
Twin nightstands installed left and right sides in the "nose" (at head of bed).
Thick dark bath towels sewn to the window side of the loft curtains.
A few more mods have been done; will think of them as soon as I sign off.
Still mentally designing a roof top kayak carrier.
5th Wheel, std