The bed takes almost half of the available space in a L2H2-van, therefore you have to use the space below the bed as efficient as possible. That space is large considering a height of 90 cm. I used the space for electricity (battery, fuses, monitor, distribution blocks, charger, cables), propane tanks and storage room for everything. It is important that the accessibility is no problem, I solved that by hinged walls and a separate door in the side wall. Further I made a drawer of 120x60cm in the open space beneath the bed. I can pull it towards me and use it mainly for storage of food.
As base for the bed there are 2 90 cm high storage cases. The left case is a boarding of the (protected) electricity compartment with storage area for all kind of things. The accessibility is secured by hinged walls.
The right case under construction. Here the propane tanks will be stored.
The 2 storage cases opened showing the extra storage room and 2 rods sustaining the bedpanels when folded down
Both bed panels folded down.
For the ventilation of the mattrasses I have chosen for a 'matrass mesh', which is used very often in boats
In the space below the bed I made a drawer with cutouts, in which 3 bins perfectly fit prohibiting them from sliding. I use the bins for food storage and on top of that I put smaller boxes with fresh food storage. The drawer is usually blocked with a bayonet lock and I can pull it towards me if food is needed. Ideal solution!
In this way there is room for 6 boxes organizing your food.
A towel of the proper size and color covers the whole