I've had my '17 Wolf Pup 16BHS (Bunk House) for a few weeks now and have finished a half dozen or so mods. Some are simple while others are a bit more aggressive.
Mod 1 - Bunk storage.
The dealer who sold me the camper included a pair of folding chairs. They had these little storage pockets hanging off of one chair arm so I took one... added snaps and installed the snaps in the bunks so the storage pockets can hang in each bunk for the kids glasses, books, water bottle etc.
Mod 2 - Bunk Privacy.
a hemmed bit of brown fabric and a few snaps and the bunks have removable privacy curtains.
Mod 3 - Convert RV queen bed into full queen length.
The camper came with an RV queen up front. It also had a "Headboard" shelf at the head of the bed which was about 8" wide. I removed this headboard, slid the stock RV queen tight to the wall and filled in the resulting 8" space at the foot of the bed with a 8 inch wide piece of foam rubber. I then covered the mattress and filler with a full size gel style queen mattress topper. Now, I can sleep in comfort without my feet being jammed into the wall. Perfect as I am a bit over six feet tall. Where the stock head board was removed I added a piece of stained molding to cover a few screw holes and provide a sort of head board look to the area. in a future mode I plan on adding small shelves to the headboard wall each side of the window to allow storage.
Mod 4 - Shoe storage nook.
I added a 13" deep finished nook under the bench closest to the front. This was done by simply popping out the stock plywood panel and installing a box behind it. The box has a finished bottom, back and sides which fight exactly the size of the existing cabinet frame. I left the box unstained so that it would be brighter. This gives an easy quick place for slippers and shoes to hide so they don't get walked on. The nook is varnished and is sealed to the existing woodwork with silicone so it can be washed clean easily.
Mod 5 - Undercabinet lighting switched on/off by the door switches.
One big gripe I had with the stock camper is you have to enter a dark camper and reach up to the ceiling to get to the closest interior light. There were two switches by the door which controlled the two outside lights. I removed the switches and saw that there was room to add a bigger switch unit with three switches and the wall cavity beside the door was open going up for the wiring. I simply found on Amazon a 3 gang replacement switch for RV's and added a 18" long strip 12v LED under-cabinet light. To get hidden wiring from the switch area to the under-cabinet area was a bit tricky. The bottom of the cabinet above is a lightweight sandwich of 1/4" finished plywood top and bottom of a 3/4" spacer so I knew that I could drill into the end of the cabinet bottom to access this void space. Now... how to get from the wall cavity to this void space. Simple... I added a small tapered shelf to the outside. The shelf has the same hollow construction as the cabinet bottom and inside the shelf is the 12v wire running from the under-cabinet light over to the wall and then down to the new 3 gang switch. So... I now have a wall switch controlled light in the camper and a bonus small shelf (with lip) at the door for flashlight... matches or other handy items.
I hope you like my mods. There will be more coming soon.