Society has a lot of opinions on what you should or shouldn’t be doing at 37, but Brynn has tossed all that aside and chased her dream of a nomadic and free lifestyle in her 2005 Sprinter van conversion.
She made the unique choice in her van to close off the garage, allowing her to create a unique set up for all her gear storage that doesn’t clutter up her main living space. Inside you’ll find gorgeous maple live-edge counter tops she epoxied, a ceiling mural she’s painting, and even an oven!
Her story is even more enchanting than her van, so be sure to watch the full interview with Tiny Home Tours below.
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She Closed Off the Back of Her Sprinter for an Epic Garage
Complete strangers gave Brynn a home and support during the lockdown.
Here’s her hand-painted cab ceiling!
Her cozy bed leaves lots of room for storage!
And now she can go wherever she wants, whenever she wants!
VIDEO: Her DIY Camper Van
- Unique closed-off garage
- Incredibly long drawers for storage
- Custom-built cabinets
- Maple slabs for counter and desk
- Oven and stovetop
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