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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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If you’re craving adventure but not a huge DIY undertaking that lasts a year or longer — a professionally-converted van like the Devan from Bemyvan might be a good option. This stunning conversion has all the bells and whistles — a bathroom, a full solar and energy system, and high-tech perks.

The heating and cooling systems will keep you comfortable, and a queen-sized bed means you won’t sacrifice on sleep. Could you live in something like this?

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Professional Van Build-Out with Bathroom

B Home Devan

Images: Bemyvan

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The founders of Vanning in Plain Sight came from a background of hotel work, which means each of their vans is designed to be a “hotel on wheels” combining luxury and comfort with the ease of traveling wherever your heart takes you. They definitely succeed in their latest build that’s for sale now.

The moment you open the front door, you can feel that “hotel” vibe with the sleek finishes and calming color scheme. There’s a shower, toilet, oven, cooktop, and multiple configurations for the bed and work/dining space. The most unique feature is the built-in bookshelf that acts as a barricade between the back doors and the bed. While most vanlifers leave this space open, closing it off creates added security and extra storage.

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Hunter Green, Gold & Cream Hotel on Wheels

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Joseph’s brother had been living in a van, and Joseph wanted to get on that bandwagon. So, he rented out his house on Airbnb and bought a Storyteller van that he now lives in full-time! He also works full-time at the local Airport, so his van is both his commuting vehicle and his home on wheels. When he can get away, he travels during the weekend.

While I love a DIY build, this professionally-designed rig is absolutely gorgeous! It features an awesome flex space that transforms into a pop-down shower when needed, as well as a split Murphy bed with tons of storage underneath it. The chairs at the dinette even have safety-tested seatbelts, so he can bring along guests if he wants to.

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Weekend Travel in His Professional Rig

Airport Workers 4×4 Overland Storyteller Beast Mode 3

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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Laurén might just have the best of both worlds — she owns her own little farmhouse in South Carolina where she stays during the nice weather, and when winter hits, she hops in her converted Ram Promaster to chase the sun. Her variety of remote work both for her family’s business and Tiny Home Tours allows her the flexibility to go where she pleases, and her professionally-built van has all kinds of amazing storage you’ll be amazed by!

The van uses a Murphy bed to give her tons of seating for guests, and an easy way to set up and take down her sleeping area. She has a two-burner cooktop, a convection oven, and an awning which all make her space super functional. Tell us what you think in the comments!

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Her Part-time Van Life in Professional Rig

Murphy Bed & Amazing Storage in Freelancer’s Awesome Van 2

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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Rocio and Gabe were enjoying their lives in Puerto Rico before a hurricane forced them to move back stateside. They were struggling to pick just one city to make their new home, but #vanlife seemed like a great solution — they could experience a number of places before settling down.

While they are both somewhat handy, the couple decided to buy a professionally-converted ProMaster van instead of DIY-ing. I’ve seen a lot of great DIY vans, but the technology system alone in this one makes it ultra-awesome. Every light and system is controlled by an app! What do you think of their rig?

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Couple & Their Dogs Hiking all the National Parks

Their High-Tech Professionally Built Promaster. 2

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