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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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Almost a decade ago, Danielle lived in Austin and was tired of the creeping rent prices. In her heart, she wanted to get all her friends to build tiny homes with her, so they could live in a little commune. While that didn’t all happen, about 6 years ago, *she* finished building her own DIY tiny house and has it parked on her uncle’s property in Oregon.

Danielle splurged where it mattered to her — on her brand-new trailer and cedar siding — and otherwise scoured Craigslist and the Re-Store for reclaimed materials to create her budget build. In the end, she spent about $25k on her home. It has so much character inside, with awesome pieces like her grandmother’s stained-glass windows and the fallen-wood railings. What do you think of what she did?

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Her $25K Build with Amazing Outdoor Oasis

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This is a 2021 ProMaster conversion by Challenger Vans.

It’s built on a Ram ProMaster 1500 136 wheelbase van with 2WD and features a unique multi-functional layout. This Challenger Van seems to have everything you can imagine for full-time van life! What do you think?

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Ram ProMaster Camper by Challenger Vans

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Hunter & Carly first got their taste for tiny living from traveling in an RV, but wanted something that was their own. Initially, they considered converting a van or shuttle bus, but ultimately decided if they were going to go through all the trouble of DIY-ing a home, they wanted it to work for them for as long as possible!

Since they’re open to having kids someday, the couple got a “big bus” and even created a storage area that can convert to bunks if/when their family grows. They chose a big open floor plan with long couches, a spacious kitchen (with awesome live-edge countertops), and a cool bathroom with their Separette toilet above the wheel well. Enjoy their tour and let us know what you think!

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Their Off-Grid Skoolie Built to Last

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This is the 58-ft. Turkey Run tiny house by Movable Roots.

It’s a custom park model tiny house located at the Black Prong Equestrian Village in Bronson, Florida where you can possibly book a stay.

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58-ft. Park Model Tiny House in Florida

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Is the sequel even better than the original? I suppose it depends on who you ask, but this second version of the “Viking” model by Voyager houses has a lot going for it. In this iteration, they have a larger wall of separation between the dining and sleeping area, and there’s the addition of a cozy wood stove!

This one has a shelving unit in place of the original washer/dryer combo, which works great if you have access to another laundry source. It looks like this home is nestled on a farm with a greenhouse and a “big house,” and is likely used as an Airbnb or guest accommodations. What do you think of the Viking series?

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The Viking 2 Modern Tiny House

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Tony used all his savings to buy a shipping container back in 2017. He had zero construction experience but was sure it’d take him about 3 months to convert the container into a home. Instead, he worked extra and then spent his weekends — for 9 months — seeing his plan come to fruition. In the end, he spent $13K on an impressive tiny house, even though it took longer than he expected. When his video tour went viral on YouTube, he found himself in the position to start a tiny house company.

Now he has an entire business and has built more than 100 container homes and has even done a van conversion. He offers DIY classes online and has really made a name for himself in the tiny world. Enjoy his origin story interview below, and let us know what you think about container homes in the comments! Do you think you could figure out how to become a tiny house builder?

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Now he has Built over 100 Container Homes!

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We showed off the “Hubble House” from Voyager Houses yesterday, and today we want to show you one of their THOWs. This is the Viking 1, which is a 21-foot-long tiny home on wheels with *no loft.* Instead, there’s a ground-floor bed that’s slightly elevated to allow for a really neat couch-to-bed system underneath that doubles as storage. You’ll have to check out the pictures below.

Additionally, you’ll find a compact L-shaped kitchen and a 3/4 bathroom with a washer/dryer combo. The walls are all Nordic Pine, and it’s insulated with wool insulation, which is eco-friendly and extra cozy. Let us know what you think!

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The Viking 1 Tiny House by Voyager Houses

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One of our readers tipped us off to Voyager Houses, a Romanian tiny house company that builds some truly gorgeous modern tiny homes. The one I’ll show you first is the Hubble House, a studio-style foundation home that fits a lot of style into a compact footprint!

This one has the “bedroom” tucked in three sides of windows that let you feel like you’re outside. That area doubles as the living space. The other half of the tiny home is split between the dining/kitchen and the spa-like bathroom. There’s a tiled shower, flip-up table, and a cozy wood-burning stove. Let us know your favorite feature in the comments!

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The Hubble House by Voyager Houses

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