I was unhappy with the output from the tiny trunk light in the xB. I thought swapping the bulb for an LED would improve the brightness but it didn't really add much.
Next step was to try an Oznium 6-LED module and place it on the opposite side of the cargo area so I could have two light sources.
It threw more light but it looked kinda plain and random.
I decided I was gonna cover the area with a screen to diffuse the light and make it look nice. But I needed a way to hold the screen onto the plastic panel.
A fiberglass enclosure seemed like the best way to mount the screen. Using the same steps as people do to make custom subwoofers, I made the housing out of resin and fiberglass cloth.
Fabbed up a shoji screen from bamboo and wood and decorated the paper with sakura that I inked in by hand.
The screen is affixed with thin strips of velcro that hold on and grasp the felt wrapping on the edges of the enclosure.
The cherry blossoms on the screen tie in with the fabric trim that's decorating my interior.