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Bert is a van conversion built by Ermenegildo and Lou in Quebec, Canada. It took them about six months to create their dream rig, complete with a convertible home office, functional van kitchen, and nifty bathroom with a zip-up door.

They made the rig perfect for their lifestyle, installing a unique heating system with hoses that direct the heat where they need it — including the shower! But for them, the best part of van life is the community and being part of the nomadic movement.

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Adventure Couple’s DIY Van Conversion They Named Bert

Bert DIY Van w: Clever Desk 5

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This custom Sprinter van is home to Jordan and Tommy, who use the van to travel throughout New Zealand.  This is their third van, and improves on all the shortcomings of their previous rigs. Both of them worked stressful jobs in the UK before deciding to sell their home and pursue vanlife in Australia. After living there awhile, they got a new van to enjoy New Zealand — and they have no plans to ever go back to homeownership!

The van has a great layout, with double swivel chairs in the front that turn to face a mini couch (which *can*) become a twin bed, although they’ve never used it. The kitchen and bathroom face each other in the middle of the van, and the queen-sized bed takes up the back. They have two more bench seats in front of the bed which house additional storage. Enjoy their tour below!

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They Left Stressful Jobs to Travel the World

From Australia to New Zealand Van Life 2

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Nicole and Edden met each other while living in Israel, and later met a man who invited them to live in his house and build a van under his guidance. That chance encounter changed everything for them! The resulting van isn’t just practical and beautiful — it’s a true work of art!

Their innovative design incorporates beautiful walnut wood tones and arches and an incredible elevator bed in the front of the van which allows the rig to sleep up to four people. They dedicated the “garage” space to a full bathroom, complete with a slide-in toilet and separate vanity. You’re going to love this tour!

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An Elevator Bed Means this Van Sleeps 4!

Arch-Themed Artistic Van Design 2

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Trey and Addie were working as Crossfit instructors when they realized they were eager for “more” out of life. It didn’t take much convincing for them to start looking for a van to convert. Once they got the rig, they spent two years building it out, since they had no prior building experience (and very few tools).

The design inside is awesome, with a fixed bathroom space, a long-ways bed, and a separate dinette for meals and work. They have a functional kitchen space and the entire interior is clad with gorgeous cedar wood. What’s your favorite feature of this home?

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Mercedes Sprinter Conversion with Cedar Interior

Former Crossfit Instructors Build Out A Van 2

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This awesome couple enjoys extreme sports and wanted a way to get closer to the activities they loved. They spent four months converting this van into a gorgeous adventure rig to take them around Italy.

Their van includes a nifty hidden kitchen and a corner wet bath at the front of the van. At the back, they have a convertible bed that’s set up as a dinette during the day. On top, they have a cool roof deck and solar set-up. Be sure to read our Q&A with the couple below!

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Van Life Allows This Couple To Enjoy Extreme Sports

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Tim and Aimee are empty-nesters who wanted a way to explore — and visit their kids! They spent lockdown converting a 2019 Ford Transit with no prior building experience.

They chose to prioritize a big, comfortable bed, coffee, and a bathroom in their rig. They have a cool hidden toilet that transforms into an emergency shower when needed. The place feels cozy and functional. Take a look!

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Their Van Life Retirement Plan

Casper the Campervan For Empty Nesters 2

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Sam and Chris have made it all the way from New York to Oregon in their awesome micro van — with their two dogs! Chris is a tattoo artist, and she’s so excited to be traveling and tattooing on the road, like she’s always dreamed of.

They carry an inflatable boat on the roof of their rig and have a great four-sided awning set-up to create a comfortable outdoor living space. Their garage has two big pull-out drawers which can become a kitchen or a star-gazing bench. Enjoy the tour below!

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Tattoo Artist Fulfilling Her Dream of Travel

Their Micro Van with a Harry Potty Ceiling! 4

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Sonja and Jonatan were frustrated with apartment life after needing to hire lawyers when their landlords tried to illegally end their lease. It was time for a change, and just a few weeks later they bought a van and in just 47 days (with no prior experience) created a beautiful home on wheels!

The most remarkable feature of their van is definitely their starry night sky, created by putting lights behind the ceiling beadboard. It looks great in the daytime, but absolutely enchanting come nighttime! Be sure to read our Q&A with them after the photo tour below.

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Traveling Europe in Their Starry Night Van

Travelling Europe in Their Starry Night Van 7

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Sami works as a handy woman, and she used her incredible expertise to build out an adventure van for her and her husband. The couple love mountain biking, so they built the entire van around being able to carry their four bicycles in the garage.

But the van is loaded with features, including an amazing transforming hidden bathroom, super cool lighting and a neat rear door open-and-close system that Sami patented and sells on Etsy! Enjoy this cool tour below.

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Wait Until You See the Hidden Bathroom!

Their 2015 Ford Transit Designed for Mountainbiking Weekends 2

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