But what do you think of Class B motorhomes like this one? They seem like a pretty good place to start for tiny living, don’t they? And they allow you to get around and explore with your own cozy micro-home that goes with you.
When you go inside, you’ll notice it has a cozy space that feels a lot more like home when you compare it to most motorhomes. According to This Moving House, they can build a van for you. It takes them about 13 weeks to complete.
From the outside, you’ll notice a white van design with a Dodge Sprinter chassis.
When you go inside, you’ll find the couches turn into twin beds, double bed with two side tables, or a king sized bed. There’s a full bathroom with toilet, sink, and shower, and a kitchen. The front seats turn around to allow for seating a the fold-up kitchen table for four.
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In this post, you’ll get to see how this guy is living tiny in his Class B RV.
From the outside, you’ll see it’s a standard van outfitted to work as a fully functional motorhome.
When you go inside, you’ll find you can stand up inside and there’s a kitchenette, bathroom with shower, storage, and a bedroom in the rear that converts into a dinette. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!
Meet Glenn–he has been living in a Class B van in L.A. and is now on a summer odyssey across the U.S. We both happen to have the same model RV. One day he sent me a message inquiring about the windows on his rig.
Glenn is sharing his experiences traveling on his blog, To Simplify. He has been posting great pictures and I’m excited to continue following his journey. Let’s get the word out to help support his trip and motivate him to continue sharing his adventures with us.
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