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Igor was working as a police officer in Massachusetts and had little time for his family. He and his wife Cassie decided it was time for a major change, and after a long road ended up renovating RVs, buying property in Texas, and building their own “Barndominium” to house their home, gym, and workshop.

With a fenced-in yard, the couple can work on RV renovations while their children enjoy the outdoors. The home itself is around 500 square feet with a big bedroom for the kids, a cozy living space, galley kitchen and primary bedroom for mom and dad. Enjoy the tour!

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Family of 6 Renovating RVs for a Living

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Jon Paul and Lindsay are the proud owners of a 2004 Thomas bus that they lovingly converted into a light & airy skoolie for themselves and their two kids.

They have front benches in the living room, a split kitchen, bunks for the kids, and a cozy back bedroom for themselves. Enjoy reading their story in their own words below!

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Family of Four’s Light & Airy Bus Conversion

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Jason is a former Starbucks and Google Executive who turned to vanlife to give him and his family a fun way to adventure. While his teenagers don’t often join the couple on their travels, they have bunks to put in the garage when their big kids want to tag along.

This van has all the high-tech features including an epic stereo system to allow them to enjoy music on the road or while parked. They chose a simple porta potty set up and their bed actually pushes forward to create a private indoor shower in the garage.

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Family’s Part-Time Adventure Van

The Mullet Van with Massive Speaker System

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The Briles family couldn’t have been more tied down to their standard suburban lifestyle in Texas. They had the job, the house, the cars — but something was missing in their pursuit of the American Dream. So they sold everything and purchased a Class A RV which they transformed into a home on wheels.

The vehicle carries their ATV, has a Murphy bed, features a cozy kids’ loft, and a playroom/nursery for their 9-month-old daughter! They have tons of storage for toys and clothing, and the kitchen sports a beautiful faux marble resin top that they DIY-ed. Enjoy the awesome tour below.

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They Sold Everything To Hit the Road!

Family’s Class A RV Conversion with a Playroom

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This family of five (soon to be six!) has been living in their renovated toy hauler now for about two years. They got started on the tiny living journey when husband Troy became a travel nurse — an RV allowed his wife Elizabeth and their three girls to take home wherever he went for work!

They purchased the RV for about $45K and put $3K into the renovation. Using mostly paint, they were able to take the dark “stock RV” and make it into a lovely boho home that’s lovely and inviting. Enjoy the photo tour and their interview below!

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Travel Nurse Family Doing Full-Time RV Life

Family of 5s Toy Hauler Overhaul

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Just wait until you see the incredible off-roading Jeep Camper this family lives in — full-time! Julie, Chris, and their two boys loved camping and kept taking longer and longer trips until they realized they could put “normal” behind them and DIY their own overland camping set-up!

They have a beefed-up Jeep that tows a military trailer holding much of their gear as well as a tent-on-stilts that keeps them off of wet, muddy, or rocky ground while sleeping. Their elaborate first aid kit and technical know-how to fix any issue show you what a remarkable family this really is! Learn more about them as well as the beauty of Jeep campers below!

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Family’s Life in their Overland Jeep Wrangler with a Camper Trailer

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Angela and Sky saw a Scamp while they were camping with their parents once and fell in love with it. For two years, the couple kept searching for a Scamp of their own to renovate, when they discovered their neighbor was selling his 1997 16′ Layout A one.

Once it was theirs, Angela went to work transforming it into an adorable vacation camper for them and their 5-year-old daughter. She went with a pine/cactus/Southwestern theme and the results are truly lovely! Would you enjoy a Scamp?

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Southwestern Style in Cute Compact Camper

1997 Scamp camper 3

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Do you remember this family’s tiny house tour? We told you they also have a van and sailboat they travel in, and today you’ll be getting an insider look at their DIY van conversion (that was also totally debt-free!).

They did some super creative stuff with this conversion, including creating an elevator bed for the grown-ups that comes down at night and a living/eating/car-seat-holding area that turns into a giant kid bed. Let us know what your favorite part is below!

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Their Van with an Elevator Bed

This Tiny House Family Also Has a Van Conversion 3

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Are you thinking there’s no way a family of 5 could fit in a tiny house? Well Indigo River Tiny Homes has proved otherwise with their 39′ Homesteader model custom-built for a family that wanted to sleep five people comfortably!

With a gooseneck bedroom for the parents, a smaller room over the bathroom, and a split loft, this tiny home has four bedrooms as well as a spacious kitchen and living room for everyone to enjoy. What do you think?

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This 39′ THOW Has 4 Sleeping Areas

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