Candice and Simon had tried out vanlife in Australia pre-pandemic, but when COVID sent them back to their home countries (Canada and the UK, respectively), Candice started looking for a bigger vehicle that could serve as a future home for the couple.
A family friend sold Candice the step up truck which she spent 8 months renovating solo before Simon could get back to Canada to help her finish. Now she does lashes and make-up design on-the-go, and Simon tackles his 3D design work from their high-tech indoor setup. Enjoy the tour below!
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They really prioritized a spacious kitchen area.
In the corner, their couch hides a tub!
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A little bit rough but nice. For me it lacks a decent dining table.
Very clever tub idea! Take that metal finish all the way to the edge of the bed, and it will even out your surface so the sofa cushions would line up, and no one would ever know. Very cool idea! I like the homey rustic touches. Looks very comfortable. Also, looks like it has a pull out table. Another clever touch. You guys did it right. Great job!
Yes, rustic. I agree I would like more of a dining table but this only has to wrk for them….and it does.