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Jess & Shawn wanted to get into #vanlife to make it easier to chase their rock climbing dreams. It took a bit of convincing for Jess to see herself living in a van, but with the promise of a giant closet and lots of Pinterest inspiration, she got on board.

Their bus features an awesome accent wall made from recycled fencing that hides their bathroom (and toiletry clutter), as well as a 3-burner stove and oven with a strategically-placed faucet that doubles as a pot-filler! Their Murphy bed allows them to easily transform the back of the van from “day mode” to bedtime. What do you think?

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Rock Climbers’ ProMaster Van Life

Van Conversion w Massive Closet & Murphy Bed

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Laurén might just have the best of both worlds — she owns her own little farmhouse in South Carolina where she stays during the nice weather, and when winter hits, she hops in her converted Ram Promaster to chase the sun. Her variety of remote work both for her family’s business and Tiny Home Tours allows her the flexibility to go where she pleases, and her professionally-built van has all kinds of amazing storage you’ll be amazed by!

The van uses a Murphy bed to give her tons of seating for guests, and an easy way to set up and take down her sleeping area. She has a two-burner cooktop, a convection oven, and an awning which all make her space super functional. Tell us what you think in the comments!

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Her Part-time Van Life in Professional Rig

Murphy Bed & Amazing Storage in Freelancer’s Awesome Van 2

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Anne-So and JP met in university and later started dating. It was their New Zealand road-tripping in a rental van that made them fall in love with vanlife, but JP wasn’t quite sold on selling all their stuff, quitting their jobs, and moving into a van full-time — at first!

Thankfully, he came around, and the couple had the amazing opportunity to travel from Canada to Panama — and back — in their Promaster. Now they are taking the van around the United States and seeing all the U.S. had to offer. What do you think of their van?

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Now, This French Canadian Couple is Traveling the U.S.

Canada to Panama and Back in ProMaster with Murphy Bed 3

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Daniel was looking for a vehicle to take with him on outdoor travels during the weekends — something he could toss muddy gear into and not care. A late-night eBay bid made him the owner of this 2005 Econoline bus — and after a cross-country trip to retrieve it, he suddenly found himself caring a lot more about his build-out!

He used tons of reclaimed materials to create a fully-functional home on wheels, including a soon-to-be-completed bathroom, a Murphy bed, and a large kitchen/counter space. Enjoy the video tour below!

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His $18K Short Bus Conversion with Reclaimed Materials

Daniel’s 2005 Econoline Bus Conversion

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Kati had dreamt about vanlife for nearly a decade, but about 3 years ago she made it her goal to transition into a van — and then she made it happen!

The result is a really cool ProMaster with a folding safety wall that blocks off the cab when needed, but opens up otherwise. She kept the exterior pretty stealth, but did add a fan and window. Oh! And there’s a hidden toilet in there. Pretty cool.

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We’ve Never Seen This Foldable ProMaster Wall Before!

Her Murphy Bed Van w Earring Display & Safety Wall

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Elliot’s van is honestly a marvel of van engineering! Not only did he do everything “differently” than the norm, he did it well. You’ll find a queen-sized Murphy bed, 8 feet of counter space, no garage, and one powerful power system made possible by Tesla batteries.

He lived in the van from the summer of 2020 until recently and has put the van up for sale (asking $110K). Update: now sold. Follow him on Instagram to see what he’s up to next!

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Tesla Battery, Resin-Pour Cabinet Doors & 8 Ft. Long Counter

Elliot’s Meticulously-Planned Rig w Murphy Bed 2

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Indigo River Tiny Homes just finished up this 28 ft. “Pioneer” model tiny house for someone in Oklahoma. The new owners chose a bold red cabinet color that really brightens their THOW interior!

It features an open-concept floor plan, with a Murphy bed and oodles of built-ins on one side of the tiny house, and a galley kitchen and full bathroom with a stacked washer/dryer on the other. Pretty awesome!

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Bold Color Choice in this Custom THOW!

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Jim is a professional carpenter who is taking his skills to the road in his DIY cargo trailer camper he now calls home. After selling his big house of 25 years, Jim spent two months working and living in his cargo trailer, making it into a stealthy rig with room for all of his wood-working tools!

He used five different types of wood in the build, including some veneer he’d been saving for the right project for about 15 years. During the past year, he’s kept asking himself why on earth he didn’t make the move to nomadic, tiny living sooner! Check out the Tiny Home Tours interview below.

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Carpenter’s Stealthy Cargo Trailer Tiny Home

He Used an ATV Winch To Create an Epic Murphy Bed in His Cargo Trailer Camper 2

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Vaughn, like so many others, was ready to stop wasting money on LA rent month after month. He took the plunge and bought a box truck which he has made into a fantastic home — and he dreams of someday building his own shipping container house.

Inside his big green machine you’ll find a spacious shower with a dry flush toilet, and what he considers the quickest bed set-up in a vehicle ever — his Murphy bed which flips down in under 3 seconds.

Vaughn says he wants to be an inspiration to other men of color that they, too, can enjoy the travel/van/truck lifestyle. Enjoy his video tour below!

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Vaughn Unleashes His Creative Side in His Truck Home!

His Bright Green Truck Home w Shower and Murphy Bed! 2

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