Use the gray storage bench through the front door to create clay with seating and storage for boots, put pillows. For paper towels and small kitchen prints. But you are planning to use your storage bench, you can save money by making the bench yourself, using a re-decided kitchen cabinet. Paint the cabinet white or yellow, use gingham fabric and add a vintage ceramic knob to give the bench a country aesthetic.
Sand the original color outside the cabinet. Continue grinding until all color is removed and all surfaces are smooth. Paint the outside of the storage bench with your latex paint. Allow the paint to dry completely, and then add a second layer. Place the cabinet on its long side, with opening for the door at the top and towards you. Open the door. Place the leftmost chain, outermost corner of the open door, then hold it up to the upper left corner of the opening; cut the chain to this length with cutters.
Mark a spot inside the left side of the storage bench, about one inch inside from the edge and one inch down from the top. Drill a test hole here, and then screw in a hook. Screw in a hook here as well. Loop the ends of the chain through the hook; if the door can fall completely open with slack in the chain, cut the chain shorter; the chain is supposed to keep the door from slipping into the floor repeatedly, causing damage and wear. Close the hatch. Find the middle of the upper part of the door. Drill a test hole for the steering wheel if one inch down here, or what looks good, then add your steering wheel.