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Lovell and Paris got into vanlife largely out of necessity — with nearly $50,000 in consumer debt, they needed a way out of it, and not paying rent was the first step! They started in a very basic low-roof van they already owned, but after paying off their debts in 2 years, were able to upgrade to their current Sprinter.

Six years into #vanlife, the couple say there are pretty much no cons to their lifestyle. Now that they have a rig that includes everything they love — even an ironing board, so Lovell can iron his “fashionista” wardrobe — they have no desire to get a sticks-and-bricks home.

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This Van Conversion Even Has an Ironing Board!

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Do you remember this family’s tiny house tour? We told you they also have a van and sailboat they travel in, and today you’ll be getting an insider look at their DIY van conversion (that was also totally debt-free!).

They did some super creative stuff with this conversion, including creating an elevator bed for the grown-ups that comes down at night and a living/eating/car-seat-holding area that turns into a giant kid bed. Let us know what your favorite part is below!

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Their Van with an Elevator Bed

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This awesome couple purchased their unfinished van in January of 2020 and were engaged on March 13, 2020. A week later, they found themselves with tons of time on their hands and went to work making that van into a home.

They’ve spent two years traveling the country and are now working to support the brewery industry and fair working environments within them. Having minimal expenses and a mobile home has made doing their dream job possible. What do you think of this conversion?

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Traveling the Country Supporting Breweries

Financially Free in Their Van Conversion 3

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Shoshannah and her son have been traveling around New Zealand in their bus conversion for about a year now, enjoying the chance to see the country and make all kinds of memories together!

She purchased a Mazda Parkway Bus already converted and has made it work for her family. There’s a toy corner, a little swing, a car seat up near the driver’s seat and her son has an awesome elevator bunk bed on pulleys! What do you think?

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Son Has An Elevator Bunk Bed!

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Jeff is a personal chef who bought a van to act as his daily driver, adventure vehicle, and a unique setting for his private meal offerings. Now you can get a professionally-prepared meal from Jeff and eat at his U-shaped dinette or outside at his slide-out table.

While he doesn’t live in the van full-time, Jeff likes having the option to travel and take vacations from his home base in Florida. As you’d expect, he has tons of counter prep space inside his rig, making it easy for him to prepare something delicious!

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His Amazing Promaster Van Conversion with Tons of Counter Space

Person Chef Jeff & His DIY Van Conversion

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Meet the Pegasus, a beautiful Sprinter van conversion brought to you by Got Built in Vancouver! This van seats 4 and includes a bathroom with your choice of a toilet, and they even managed to put a little oven inside the build.

You’ll also find an awesome solar system, personal fans, a flip-up countertop, and swivel seats. The van is on the market right now, so she could be yours! Looking for a custom build? Got Built has availability this year, so contact them!

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This 2021 Sprinter Van Conversion Has Heated Floors and Seats Four

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Tim and Katie converted a Ford Transit to keep them busy in 2020 and have used it to travel part-time around Canada and the U.S. The van has only the best features, including a recirculating shower that uses only 3 gallons of water and heated floors that keep their toes toasty even in chilly Canadian weather.

Since the video tour below, the couple found out they’re expecting! But they’re now converting more vans as their side gig. I can’t wait to see what they come up with next! Would you try a recirculating shower?

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Now They Build Out Vans As a Side Gig!

Physical Therapists Put Floor Heating & Recirculating Shower in Their Van 3

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The road to van life hasn’t been easy for this couple. It all started when Daphne outfitted a van for herself and left Matt in New York, so she could go travel. After he spent some time visiting her in the van, he wanted to join her full-time. But, Daphne’s van was totaled in a car crash right after Matt sold his house.

Both homeless, the couple decided to build out a second van and travel together. A professional musician, Daphne performs and teaches remote flute lessons. Matt does freelance drafting for roofing companies. They strayed from the norm in the van world and chose wallpaper rather than shiplap for their walls. Pretty awesome!

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Extendable Bed & Spacious Kitchen in this Van Conversion

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Alexia and Lorenzo have been married for 18 years and decided to switch things up and downsize from a 2,000-square-foot home into a van. At first, they had an old-fashioned Westy, but it broke down just over the U.S. border. Their Sprinter has been far better for their off-roading adventures.

While this tour is of their van, Instagram shows they recently sold it and upgraded into an Overlander! Can’t wait to see that conversion as well. What do you think of this van setup?

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Dancing Around Each Other in their Sprinter Van Conversion

Dancing Around Eachother in Van Conversion

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