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Amelia and Dave worked on Broadway until 2020, leaving them without jobs — so they converted their first RV and decided to travel instead! They loved the conversion process so much that they started doing it for a living. The rig below is their home on wheels, which meets all their needs as a couple who loves cooking and playing board games.

They turned drab and dark into a bright, cozy space with sage green and rattan accents, a massive DIY island, and a one-of-a-kind shower stall covered in vinyl wallpaper. You’re going to love the tour of this brilliant space below.

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Their Incredibly Stylish 5th Wheel RV Conversion

This Couple Became Full-Time RV Flippers!

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DiNeil has an eye for interior design and a heart for travel, and he’s brilliantly combined those two things in his RV conversion. Between the camper’s cost and his conversion, DiNeil spent about $43,000 creating his dream home, including a home office, luxury bathroom, and total blackout bedroom for a fantastic sleep.

He even found organized storage for all 46 pairs of his shoes and tucked them in a bench press to stay fit on the road! This conversion is unlike anything you’ve ever seen. Enjoy the tour!

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He Has a Bench Press in His RV Conversion!

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Jay was no stranger to tiny house living when he found this Commando 61 police RV at auction. He was living in a vintage RV at the time, but this was something new and cool, and he just had to have it! And he did a fantastic job taking it from a work vehicle and turning it into his full-time residence.

A Murphy bed was an easy solution to a first-floor sleeping option, and it acts as his entertainment center during the day. He has two super comfy captain chairs as well as a built-in couch. The back of the RV has the original command center, which is now his eating space. What’s your favorite feature of this conversion?

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From Tech Equipment & Monitors to Couch & Murphy Bed

Former Police Commando RV Turned Tiny Home

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Sarah’s first taste of nomadic life came when she took a lengthy road trip, moving from New York to California. She had a tiny house life ruminating in her brain for years, and when she was laid off in 2020, she decided to take the plunge and use all her savings to buy a vintage trailer!

It cost about $20,000 (trailer and conversion) to turn the tin can into an incredible home on wheels. Her professional experience as an interior designer enabled her to create a truly gorgeous and functional space! Enjoy the tour.

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Real Estate Agent & Interior Designer Goes Tiny with a Vintage Trailer Remodel

Interior Designer Shares Her Cozy RV Tiny Home 1

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The O’Phalen family was just going to enjoy a summer away exploring a remote part of Maine, but that led to a year staying in Airbnbs which finally led them to RV life!

They contacted us to share their awesome RV conversion and tell us more about their life. Enjoy hearing from them below.

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Family Embarks on North American RV Journey with Kids

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Tammy and Donny separately came across videos of people living in their RVs and decided they wanted to try RV travel for themselves. Originally they purchased an RV just for vacations, but after 2020 hit, Donny retired, and they decided to sell their home and move into the RV full-time!

They actually live in the RV during the school year since Tammy still teaches, and then they travel during the summers. Their life feels “uncluttered” now that they’ve downsized and sold most of their worldly goods. Enjoy reading our interview with Tammy below!

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Teacher & Husband’s Full-Time RV Life in Arkansas

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Crissy and Brian have five children, and while the idea of traveling in an RV together had sounded attractive for a while, it wasn’t until the three teenagers moved out that it seemed feasible space-wise. They were ready to start spending more time together and more time outdoors, and their life in a toy hauler allows them just that!

They purchased the RV new and have made some improvements to make it fit their needs. Enjoy a photo tour of the space below, and hear from Crissy about why they went tiny and what they love most (and find most challenging) about this lifestyle.

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Nomad Family’s Full-Time RV Life: Parents & 2 Kids Exploring the Country in their Travel Trailer

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Like so many others, the events of 2020 changed the trajectory for Libby and Alex. Instead of going to concerts all summer, they purchased an RV and started traveling. Alex also suffered a stroke at 25 which changed his perspective on life. After they went on a 6-week honeymoon exploring the Northwest, they couldn’t go back to “normal” life again!

The pair decided to rent their home on Airbnb and purchase a bigger luxury RV to fit their need to work remotely and their two large dogs. Let us know what you think in the comments.

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Their Fifth Wheel RV with Incredible Solar Array

Full-Time RV Life After a Stroke 3

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Steve, Erin and their four children made a major lifestyle change after their oldest son asked if his dad didn’t love him because he was always working at the family business. They purchased a camper to spend weekends together and went some place local every single weekend! When they saw families in Florida living full-time in their RVs, they decided, why not them.

Now they have an epic toy hauler with a huge bunk room for the kids that includes their own private bathroom and plenty of space for all their toys and treasures! They even fenced in the garage door, so the kids can have a safe outdoor area to play. Enjoy the tour below.

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Getting More Family Time Living on the Road

Amazing Bunk Room for 4 Kids in this RV 2

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