Here was a post on Decoy Trailer flood lights
that folks have been interested in installing on their trailers. Should be appropriate for this forum. They rotate down for in-use and rotate up and out of the way when not in use.
click to enlarge pictureshttp://www.duckhuntingchat.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=112&t=201163&start=0#p1791760
You can probably see in the pics, I installed several steel rods across the trailer, 3 to seperate the front door area from the back, to run in and support a minicycle to use after parking the van/trailer to return back to the goose field. Also installed a rod at the back for hanging all my clothes and secure the hangers with a split in half of a piece of 2 inch pvc, held down on top of the hangers with strips of double-sided velcro to keep the hangers from jumping off the rod. I bungee the clothes down against the wall between 2 eye screws. Also, lots of hanging hooks all along the top of the walls and two handicap bars on the inside walls to support layout blinds bungeed to the walls. Installed half inch firring strips on one side of the floor with eye screws the width of the base of coolers and the height of the handicap bars is just high enough for two stacked coolers fit under. I bungee the coolers down between the handicap bar and the firring strip which keeps the coolers from sliding on the floor.