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Craig and Tanya are enjoying their midlife years in their Sprinter van conversion. They have a unique cork ceiling and fabric-covered plywood panels to absorb lots of sound inside the van.

They didn’t want to tear down and put up a bed, so they have a stationary one, as well as a convertible couch/eating area. Bamboo cabinets and multiple cooking options keep their kitchen set-up dynamic. What do you think?

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Double Swivel Chairs, Pop-Up Counters & Hidden Potty

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Here’s an awesome 2018 Mercedes Sprinter that’s been home to the couple over @thedesertcruiser for the past couple years. They’re upgrading to a larger rig and hoping to find a new owner for this one.

Birch plywood makes up most of the interior of the van, which features bench seating, a fixed bed, and a kitchenette with a propane cook top. There’s a great pull-out shelf in the garage of the van and a large rooftop deck. What do you think?

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Their Epic Van Conversion is For Sale

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This beautiful 2018 Sprinter conversion was created by VanLife Customs in Colorado. It has a full solar system, a built-in stove top, and a passenger swivel seat.

Unlike many conversions, this one runs the bed back-to-front, allowing for storage beside the bed instead of overhead, which could be really nice if headroom is particularly important to you! Enjoy the photo tour.

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2018 Adventure Van Conversion by VanLife Customs

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Once they got free from student loans, this awesome couple felt ready to chase their dream of traveling the continent in a DIY van conversion. Their rig has a queen-sized bed on a lift system, an indoor bathroom, and even a convection oven/dehydrator.

An awning helps keep the place cool, and they opted out of solar power and instead installed a second alternator. Their rig is ready to go off-roading and take them wherever they want to go! For now, they aren’t working on the road, but living off their savings.

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Wildkeeper’s DIY Sprinter Van Conversion

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This is probably the first time we’ve seen an archway inside a van conversion, and Bohdivan does it well! They use lime paint to create a plaster-style texture all around an arched feature wall that separates the living/kitchen area from the bedroom. The result is truly stunning!

This van is brimming with features, from the Victron Components with touchscreen to the huge slide out drawer in the garage, to the mouth-blown sconce. The van is currently for sale!

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This Luxury Van Has a Textured Ceiling, Wallpaper, Skylight & More

4×4 blue grey 2021 Sprinter 10

Images via Vanlife Trader

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This is a 2018 Sprinter van that was converted into a cottage-style campervan in 2021.

It has a privacy wall between the cockpit and the living space. The van also has a kitchenette, indoor shower, a rear bed that converts into a dining space, and storage underneath. All of that in a 144 wheelbase Mercedes Sprinter diesel van with 88,000 miles on it and they’re asking $89,000 for it. More info is below, check it out! What are your thoughts on this custom camper van?

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2018 Sprinter Van Cottage Converted in 2021 For Sale

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There’s no denying that vans are just about as tiny as tiny living comes, but Sam & Kelly included the major comfort of a shower and toilet into their van design. For Kelly, it was a must-have when they moved in after 10 months of converting their Sprinter into a home — but now? She says she could probably do without it!

She and Sam were working long hours at desk jobs in California, and could have kept working for years and still not have been able to afford real estate in the CA housing market. When the pandemic hit and they decided on #vanlife, they had no experience with it and were taking a big risk! But now they love it and are headed down to Mexico this week to travel there.

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Their High-Top Sprinter Conversion (w/ two dogs!)

Sam & Kelly’s Sprinter w Bathroom & Guest Bed

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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Pre-pandemic Claire had a dream of living in a Volkswagen van and traveling the country, being able to see her then-long-distance boyfriend Jared more often. He convinced her that a Sprinter would be a more reliable choice, and it just so happened that Jared started working remotely in March 2020.

He was able to convince his employer to let him continue remote work, and Claire and Jared were able to chase the van dream together! They chose copper “penny”-themed accents to make a truly beautiful home.

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Fitness Trainers’ “Penny” The Van

Copper-Themed Cozy Sprinter Van 2

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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This is a 2011 Mercedes Sprinter 2500 camper van by GottBuilt Mobile Architecture.

It has 93,000 miles, and is available for $72,000 out of Portland, Oregon, according to the listing on Conversion Trader. What do you think of this van build out?

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Sprinter Van Tiny House with Fireplace and Skylight For Sale in Portland

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