They’ve been living, traveling, and working out of their own van conversion for a while now, and have recently had the opportunity to upgrade to a customized van conversion which you’re getting to see right here and now. Yes, they designed and built it themselves and I think you might find this to be one of the most beautiful and most well thought out van conversions out there. Let me know what you think in the comments.
This is the story of Lexi and Tyler’s school bus conversion which has taken them all over the country! They first decided to do it because they were paying outrageous rent in southern California.
Have you ever imagined yourself in a school bus conversion sort of like this? Well, what’s stopping you from doing it? By the way, this story is brought to you thanks to Jenna at Tiny House Giant Journey.
This is the story of Ody, a 39-year-old Mercedes 307D van conversion that the couple originally bought in Germany. The couple, Dana and Lou, taught themselves how to convert the van thanks to videos on YouTube.
It took them 6 months to complete, and now they’re traveling Europe and living out their van life dream. Dana and Lou named their van Ody and outfitted it with a kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, and plenty of smart storage. What do you think? Could you see yourself living and traveling in a van like this?
This is the story of Lindsey’s 80-square-foot rolling tiny home. It’s a 2011 Sprinter Van that she and her dad converted into a stealthy motorhome.
They did it together, while she worked part-time, in just under 6 months using about $8,000 in materials. Take a look and let us know what you think below. This is our exclusive interview with her. You will also find a treasure trove of resources on help with converting your own van at the bottom of this page, after the interview. Enjoy!
This is the story of Kate and Ian and how they’re living and traveling in their 1996 Dodge B1500 Van Conversion. On their website, they even show you how to live in a van if that’s something you’re interested in doing too.
We wanted to minimize the amount of stuff that we owned and travel while we’re young and able. We started this trip with the goal of seeing all of the 48 contiguous states. We had originally planned on only traveling for a few months, but we’ve had such a great time with this we are now planning to travel much longer. We’ve just passed the one year mark and we have no desire to turn back now.
Check it out below and let me know what you think in the comments! To explore more amazing tiny homes like this, join our Tiny House Newsletter. It’s free and you’ll be glad you did! We even give you free downloadable tiny house plans just for joining!
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