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This is a “used” van conversion looking for its next owners. The design was meant to look and feel like a micro-apartment, with all the luxuries of home, including a toilet and an expandable shower!

The light wood used throughout keeps the place feeling especially open. In the daytime, the back area can transform from a bed to a dinette, but if you want a fixed bed, there’s another bench/seating area in the front of the van. What do you think of this one?

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Bright and Airy Van Conversion

Modern Ram ProMaster Conversion 7

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Sarah was familiar with #vanlife when she graduated from college and settled into her 9-5 job, but the work routine finally convinced her that an alternative life was the right choice. She expected to do the conversion by herself, but it turned out her mother was very excited about the adventure and jumped all-in with helping her.

Just the van conversion itself radically increased Sarah’s self-confidence, as she learned a whole set of new skills. Most people didn’t expect her to be the one DIY-ing it! She travels with her dog and sells tie-dye creations as an income stream. What do you think of the van?

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Mom & Daughter Build Out This Awesome ProMaster

Her Van with a Skylight & Lazy Susan 3

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Jonnie wanted to get into travel nursing, and van life seemed like a perfect option for that lifestyle. It turns out that once she started building vans, other people wanted her to build theirs! Now she primarily builds vans and then travel nurses between builds.

Her van has a shower, toilet and beautiful walnut accents. She chose to run her bed lengthwise so there’s no need to climb over anyone to get in/out of bed. What a remarkable journey she is on! Oh, and the dachsund comforter is just the cutest.

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Her Gorgeous Promaster with Walnut Finishes

Jonnie’s Journey Building Vans & Travel Nursing 2

Images by Tiny Home Tours

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I don’t know that I’ve ever heard of a vanlife couple who spent as much time and forethought regarding making the move into a vehicle! They spent a full year plotting and planning and discussing all the things that could go wrong in order to prepare themselves. Now that they’ve been living tiny for over a year, they consider their van a “sanctuary” no matter where they go!

The result? An awesome van that perfectly suits their stealthy needs — Becky can take the van to work as a travel nurse and park at the hospital, and Drew works from the van (or a co-working space) as a digital nomad. Their bed design is a brilliant middle ground between “take it all apart” and permanent.

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Stealthy Promaster W/ Shower & Cool Bed Design

Digital Nomad & Travel Nurse’s Van Sanctuary 3

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Greg & Jess have been living #vanlife for more than three years now — two of which, they lived in a professionally-built rig. But they ended up tackling a DIY build to see if they wanted to convert vans for a living. While their van looks awesome (especially the welded steel cabinets), the experience taught them they wanted to find a different way to earn income!

The couple had high-paying jobs and saved up a sizable nest egg in mutual funds for their retirement. Now they need about $24k per year to keep their lifestyle afloat, and are getting creative finding seasonal and remote work to make it happen. Enjoy the tour!

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Function Over Form in their DIY Promaster Conversion

They Saved For Retirement & Learned to Weld This Van 3

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Frankie and Alex got into #vanlife thinking they’d explore for a year and then settle down and buy a house, but they ended up loving it so much they decided to keep going with no plans of stopping anytime soon!

While their first van was an inexpensive build, it was also incredibly rusty and needed a lot of work, so once they knew they loved living on wheels, they chose to buy a second van and make it home.

The build includes a hidden shower and bathroom, a u-shaped dinette/bed and a swivel chair. Enjoy!

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This Couple is Loving their Second Van Conversion

A Year-Long Experiment Turned No-End-In-Sight VanLife 2

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Morgan invited her now-boyfriend Logan to hop on her van journey. She was relieved to have help with her build and lifestyle, and he was eager to live off the land all over the country after living that way in Louisiana — hunting and fishing for his own food.

Their van really breaks the mold of typical Promaster conversions, with it’s awesome tin ceiling and futon-style bed that creates a whole different layout than most vans. The build out wasn’t expensive, and they used lots of reclaimed items or cheap lumber from Home Depot to create a stellar home on wheels.

Make sure to watch the full video tour at the end of the post! Thank you to Tiny Home Tours.

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Living off the Land in their Promaster

Tin Ceiling Promaster with Futon Bed & Walkway 3

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Six months ago, Shannon hit the road in her professionally-converted Promaster with her dog, Gracie. As an interior designer, Shannon was able to use all the latest technologies to create a 3D digital version of her dream build. She then passed it over to a professional van company who made all her dreams come true.

But what’s great is that she used her experience in interior design and in designing her own van to get a job with another professional van conversion company as their designer! So now she has work on the road and gets to help others enjoy her lifestyle. Enjoy the full tour of her van with Tiny Home Tours below.

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Shannon’s Van Conversion w/ Elevator Bed & Bathroom

Shannon’s Van Conversion w Elevator Bed & Bathroom 2

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Sheridan started his career as an electrician, and still considers himself an “electrical nerd.” But after years of that profession, he jumped ship and turned to photography and travel writing. He had been traveling the world for a couple of years when COVID stopped him in his tracks and forced him to re-evaluate things.

Eventually, he settled on van life and used his electrical skills to create an amazing 4-season electrical set-up. His van includes a shower and toilet, as well as a nice kitchen and a walled-off cab. It’s still a work-in-progress, but it looks pretty amazing!

Be sure to watch the Tiny Home Tours interview with Sheridan below to see all the awesome details of his van home.

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Sherdian’s 4-Season Van Conversion With Shower And Toilet

Electrical Turned Travel Writer and His Van

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