There’s tiny. And then there’s tiny. Nici & Max are the proud owners of one of an itty bitty camper van that they’ve beautifully and creatively converted into a tiny house with everything they need. Believe it or not, it has two living room configurations, in addition to its bedroom set-up.
The couple loved going camping together, but were annoyed by all the time it took to set up their campsite — and sleeping on the ground was less than ideal. A van made camping accessible — and fun — for them. They’ve traveled throughout Europe and are really living the dream. What do you think?
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Can You Believe They Fit All This Into Such a Tiny Space?
Now here’s something you don’t see every day! This is a 1965 Volkswagen bug that’s been converted into a micro camper. It looks a lot like a teardrop camper shape-wise, and the interior is just large enough for a twin-sized custom mattress and a 10-inch TV.
In the trunk, Sergio (the builder) included an entire kitchen — sink, cooktop, coffee maker, and tiny toaster oven. It’s adorable. There’s a luggage rack on the top and on the front a Tiffany blue storage area. It couldn’t be cuter! The most extreme minimalist might even be able to live in. What do you think?
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A 1965 Bug Becomes a Camper with Bed and Kitchen!
This is how two brothers Luke and Cole Thill built their own DIY teardrop camper in 13 months. They could have built it faster, but they were busy with lots of other things too. Originally Luke’s brother, Cole, started the build, and then halfway through Luke jumped in to help finish.
So in this post, you’ll get to learn all about it. Enjoy! Also you can subscribe to Luke Thill’s YouTube Channel for more updates like this directly from him (and you can explore his other videos too).
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Twin teen brothers build their own Micro Camper!
This is the story of Jas and the lightweight popup micro-camper that he can easily tow with his compact car.
It’s a pop-up camper – it’s ultra-lightweight – and he designed and built it himself.
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How he built a lightweight pop-up micro-camper
We shared Mike’s Hand-Built Micro Cabin last week, but now it’s for sale!
He’s selling it for $9,500 and be sure to check out the video tour.
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Mike’s Hand-Built Micro Cabin For Sale: $9.5K
Images via Mike
This is a tiny Winnebago camper.
On the outside, you’ll notice aluminum siding with a small arched doorway.
When you go inside, you’ll find a bed, table, and storage cabinets. That’s about it!
It’s very much like a teardrop camper, isn’t it? Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!
Handmade Aluminium Winnebago-style Drop Camper
Images © Jacqueline Perry
If you ever wondered about how to turn your van into a DIY micro camper, this article shows you how one person did it and how you might be able to do it too.
After you turn your vehicle into a camper, you can use it for weekend trips or you can go as far as traveling around the country in it if you wanted to, right?
And best of all, you can do it for a lot less money than buying a traditional camper, travel trailer, or motorhome. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!
Related: Man Converts Cargo Van to Travel Around Europe
How to Turn Your Van into a DIY Micro Camper
Images © dtextor via Instructables
This is Daniel Mohr’s DIY Zen Den Micro Camper.
It’s a micro traveling camper built from recycled materials.
I built my Zen Den from scratch to travel to remote destinations and have a solid secure and warm structure. I wanted it to look good too. Check out the photos of the construction and final product on my website.
Daniel’s DIY Zen Den Micro Camper
Images © Cobravision Collective
This is the Drift House micro camper.
Inside you’ll find a kitchenette, murphy bed, and seating.
Outside you’ll find customizable space to store your bikes and other gear which makes this a great alternative to a teardrop camper. If you’re interested in buying one pricing starts at $6,250.
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The Drift House Micro Camper
Images © Drift House Campers