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While plenty of people don’t want an indoor bathroom in their van conversion, it’s refreshing to see options for those people who need a daily shower! The Louise is a fancy conversion with a faux marble backsplash, shower room, and well-appointed kitchen.

The dinette has seating for two and there are plenty of upper cabinets with rounded bottoms to prevent bumping your head. Oh and the flip-up countertop near the sliding door is perfect for maximizing prep space. What do you think of this beauty?

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Bemyvan’s Louise Van Build is Modern Zen

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Sarge the Simple Beauty Short Bus Conversion 2

Stephanie went from #buslife dream to reality in just a year, meticulously planning out “Sarge,” her future full-time bus home. She chose a more masculine exterior in order to throw off any would-be thieves, but the inside is 100% her own simple style with bold accents like a black back wall and stunning wallpaper.

Since her son is still at home for a bit longer, she has only taken Sarge on weekend trips so far. As soon as her son moves out, she is ready to go see every state and meet all kinds of awesome people on the way. She included a shower and cassette toilet, a functional kitchen, and a full-size bed in her rig. What’s your favorite part?

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Her Undercover Bus For Safe Solo Travel

Sarge the Simple Beauty Short Bus Conversion

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Meet the Tristan, a gorgeous professional van conversion from Bemyvan. This “B van” as they call it is specifically designed for off-grid living and boondocking! Built in a 2022 Sprinter, you won’t have to worry about any mechanical issues.

The van features double swivel chairs, a flip-up countertop, a cooktop, a mini sink, and a memory foam mattress. The awning is an upgrade which is totally worth it, and there’s an outdoor shower over in the garage. This model is currently for sale. Do you like it?

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Sleek Van Conversion with Double Swivel Seats

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Chris’ Self-Sustaining Skoolie is his 4th Rig in 11 years 3

Chris told his grandmother as a kid that he wanted to grow up and live in the woods with his dog — and for the past 11 years, that’s more or less what he has done! He’s had two vans and a Class A RV before deciding to build his dream rig school bus conversion.

The bus offers a much sturdier design than his former RV, allowing him to use high-quality materials so his home will stand the test of time. He has a roof-top deck with flip-up railings, a perfectly functional kitchen, a large comfortable bedroom, and a bathroom without compromise. What do you think of his setup?

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His Raised Roof School Bus Conversion is like an Apartment!

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Family Ditches Rat Race for Coach Bus Living 2

Jenn was running a grooming business, working 60-70 hours a week. Kyle was staying home with their three kids and constantly shuffling them from school to sports to activities. They were fed up with the rat race and decided it was time for something new. A year later, they had moved into their awesome coach bus tiny home.

The bus has a large kitchen area, oodles of power and plenty of undermount storage for tools, water and all the extras. They have a special gaming space set up for the their son, bunks for the kids and a residential King-sized bed where the family can all hang out and have movie night. What a cool family.

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This Family of 5 Never Wants to Give Up Tiny Living!

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Nature-Inspired Skoolie w Stock Tank Tub 2

Allison & Nick purchased their bus somewhat impulsively, but they diligently converted it into the gorgeous nature-inspired skoolie it is today over the course of two years! During that time they were largely working full-time, saving money for their adventure.

They’ve been on the road for 6 months, enjoying all their hard work. They chose tons of natural materials like hardwood floors, quartz countertops, porcelain tiles, and a pine ceiling. But they also included the comforts of home with their bathtub and a sweet gaming set-up. Enjoy!

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Acacia Wood Floors, Quartz Countertops & Epic Gaming Set-Up

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Tadpole Single Level Tiny Home – Aging-Friendly 2

The owners of this new tiny home commissioned it so they’d have a comfortable and safe place for their older relatives to stay when they came to visit. As such, the tiny house by Build Tiny in New Zealand has no loft and everything is easily accessible.

The interior design is studio-style, with a bed on one end and the kitchen/eating area on the other. Behind the door inside, you’ll find the compact bathroom. Everything you need for guests!

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Guest House for Aging Relatives by Build Tiny

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Unfolding Box Truck Goes from Stealthy to 350 sq. ft. Campervan

Mario wanted a way to travel stealthily but still have room to spread out when he found a campervan-friendly spot. So he designed it himself! Altogether, he spent about $40k (in Euros) on his unfolding box truck, doing some work himself and then hiring some freelancers to finish the job.

He used the best features and materials for his solar setup, heating/cooling systems, and water system to make sure the process of living on the road was as nice as possible. While you can fully use the campervan when it’s closed up, the front, back and side open up to create extra rooms! Tell us what you think.

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His $40K High Tech Box Truck Tiny Home

Unfolding Box Truck Goes from Stealthy to 350 sq. ft. Campervan

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Family Bach-Inspired Tiny Home 2

A New Zealand family recently commissioned Build Tiny to create a vacation tiny home for them, inspired by the bachs in their area (“A bach is a small, often modest holiday home or beach house in New Zealand” – Wikipedia). As such, the tiny house prioritizes family space and an indoor-outdoor concept over having oodles of storage.

The two lofts on either side have beds for the parents and the kids, and the kitchen has plenty of space for making holiday meals. The entire living room wall opens up in good weather to the outdoor deck. Gorgeous!

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Their Vacation Tiny House for Indoor-Outdoor Living

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