Now it was time to finally hide all those cables of the 12V circuits which were spread on the work top above the refrigerator. The first step was to attach a shelf at the top of the side window. There was a mounting point which had originally been added as a part of the disabled-wheelchair seat belt - it was above the right rear side window and provided a strong mounting point. I got an 80cm long rounded shelf board from B&Q and cut it so that it did smoothly stretched from the rear panel to above the side window.
Then I prepared the final vertical panel, which would fit under that shelf, parallel to the rear panel.
And here is how the completed area looks:
I also had attached the carbon-monoxide detector and the smoke detector (on the top part of the rear panel). And, as can be seen in the above Photo, there is even a space for the coffee maker (it is attached to the work top so that it does not slide or falls).