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We’ve seen tons of van conversions, but the Nevis van conversion from Brown Bird and Company has some truly one-of-a-kind features. The L-shaped couch really stands out, and there’s a wet bath partitioning off the double bed in the back of the conversion.

Unlike most conversions, the kitchen is in the front of the van across the cab. This makes the inside of the van feel particularly wide open! We got to interview Laura, one of the three masterminds of the company, below, so don’t miss that.

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Bringing Bespoke Designer Campervans to the UK

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Allison and Eric started off backpacking around the world, and when their backs started hurting, they turned to suitcase travel. But in 2020, they decided to fulfill their longtime dream of renovating a vintage RV and finally seeing the United States!

They didn’t realize upon purchasing their 70s Class C campervan that it had so much mold and mildew damage that the entire interior would need to be gutted, so the project took them a couple of years to complete. They documented the entire build on YouTube, so you can learn a thing or two about the conversion process!

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Former World Travelers’ Show-Off DIY Build, “Clementine”

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The Fern Campervan is a one-of-a-kind van build that’s available to rent out of the sunny seaside town of Hastings in the UK. It was converted by Project Yonder.

Perfect for solo travelers, couples, or small families, the Fern Campervan sleeps up to three with a double and single bed. It has a kitchen and dining area so you can refuel after a long day of exploring. Additionally, Fern has a bathroom – making it ideal for off-grid locations. And, when you’re ready to settle in for the night, there’s a movie projector. What do you think? Have you ever considered taking a van life vacation?

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The Fern Campervan Rental by Project Yonder

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Images via Quirky Campers

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There’s tiny. And then there’s tiny. Nici & Max are the proud owners of one of an itty bitty camper van that they’ve beautifully and creatively converted into a tiny house with everything they need. Believe it or not, it has two living room configurations, in addition to its bedroom set-up.

The couple loved going camping together, but were annoyed by all the time it took to set up their campsite — and sleeping on the ground was less than ideal. A van made camping accessible — and fun — for them. They’ve traveled throughout Europe and are really living the dream. What do you think?

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Can You Believe They Fit All This Into Such a Tiny Space?

This Itty Bitty Camper Van Belongs to the Cutest Couple 2

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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This is Ziggy, the Mercedes Sprinter LWB Minibus turned luxury tiny home on wheels by Reset & Chill Campers.

It’s one of their latest conversions that was built for one of their clients, what do you think?

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Ziggy, the Minibus Conversion with Sliding Bed and Indoor Shower

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This is Le Chalet Noir, a luxury VW Crafter Campervan conversion by Reset & Chill Campers out of Suffolk, United Kingdom.

It’s a beautiful campervan conversion with a shower, toilet storage, kitchen, two skylights, and a large slide-out bed.

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La Chalet Noire VW Crafter Campervan by Reset & Chill Campers

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This is the Squad van, a low-roof cargo van conversion by Native Campervans.

It seats and sleeps four by utilizing a rooftop tent camping system. Native rents it out so folks can comfortably travel while trying out van life. Would you consider renting out this van or doing a low-roof van conversion kind of like this?

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The Squad Low-Roof Van Conversion With Rooftop Sleeping System by Native Campervans

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Sometimes good things really do just fall in your lap! Hanna and Cody weren’t looking for a van, but when they saw one on the side of the road for sale by owner, and they had plenty of COVID-era free time on their hands, they chose to jump at the opportunity to convert it into a home on wheels!

They took out two of the extra passenger seats to allow for more room and an epic cooler. They did choose to leave the original orange shag carpet at the front of the van, but otherwise replaced it with laminate flooring that offers an easy-to-clean surface.

You’ll want to check out all the details (like their hidden toilet) in the Tiny Home Tours video below! Follow them on Instagram here.

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They Weren’t Even Shopping for a Van!

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This has to be one of the most ornate van conversions I’ve ever seen, with lovely carved woodwork that gives it a mythical forest feel.

There’s a three-seater couch that folds into the main bed, an itty bitty kitchen with a propane cooktop, and even a stow-away toilet that doubles as a seat when not “in use.”

You’ll find plenty of built-in and under-bed storage in this campervan, which is for sale in the UK for 12,000 GBP (or ~ $15,800). You can contact the seller via QuirkyCamper here.

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Check Out the Woodwork in this CamperVan!

Stunning & Ornate Ford Transit XLWB Campervan Conversion For Sale

Images via Quirky Campers

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