This is Dan and Rachel’s van conversion tiny house with a multi-functional design to expand their space and adjust their interior layout to best suit their needs. It’s also known as the Swiss Army Knife Van shown to us here thanks to Tiny House Giant Journey/YouTube.
Since they travel frequently and they work from home, this van was the perfect solution for them.
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Couple’s Live/Work Van Conversion w/ Multi-functional Design, Solar Panels, Rooftop Kitchen!
The best way to store things in small spaces is by hanging them on your walls and ceiling. This van features overhead shelves, a place to hang clothes, guitar, and more… Their TV is even on the ceiling!
Another awesome space saving part of this van design is how the table just slides from out of the bed. Super cool and so smart!
Yep. More wall storage.
What do you think?
A self-built van-based tiny house!
Built inside of a Sprinter van.
How do you like it?
VIDEO – Couple’s Swiss Army Knife Van Conversion (Multi-Functional)
Dan & Rachel converted a van into their home on wheels and incorporated ingenious slide-outs to expand the space in creative ways. They travel around volunteering their time while supporting themselves with online jobs.
- Couple’s Multi-functional Van Dwelling Rig
- The Swiss Army Knife Van on the Tiny House Giant Journey blog
- Their Instagram (@themessijourney)
- Couple’s YouTube Channel
- Tiny House Giant Journey YouTube Channel (more videos like this)
Our big thanks to Jenna at Tiny House Giant Journey for sharing!🙏
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