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Holland Roden is an actress known for her roles in “Teen Wolf,” “Channel Zero: Butcher Block,” and “No Escape” (spooky!), but now she lives tiny in her DIY van “Hollanddays” seeking awesome skiing opportunities! How cool is she?

The inside of her van features an awesome pop-up recirculating shower, meaning she could shower for 20 minutes in hot water if she wanted! Yes, please. She chose an awesome natural-wood-and-hunter-green color palette which feels super clean and cozy. Enjoy her tour below!

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Former “Teen Wolf” Star Goes Tiny

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Meet Nat & Don, a couple who wanted to go tiny — and then chose to go even tinier! They started out with a bus conversion, but after some time realized it was too big, and made it tricky to find spots to boondock. With their sleek matte-black Mercedes Sprinter, they can go pretty much anywhere they want.

Both of them work flexible online jobs which they started part-time while still working their full-time “normal” jobs. They were able to get the remote work solidified before quitting their full-time work and then hitting the road, allowing them to travel the country. Awesome!

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Van with Fiber Optic Galaxy Ceiling!

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Not everyone chooses to go tiny forever — and that’s okay! Sometimes downsizing for a season is just what you need to check things off your bucket list, just like Kelly & David. They both had normal jobs in Portland and lived in a 3,000 square foot home.

They chose to take a 15-month sabbatical from work and purchased a Winnebago van so they could spend all their time traveling rather than building a DIY van. While the video tour was shot before their final three months of travel, in “real-time” they just finished up their U.S. & Canada tour and are headed back to “normal life.” Find out how long that lasts by following them on Instagram.

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Their 15-Month Vanlife Adventure

3000 sq ft home into a 57 sq ft winnebago. 2

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This is one awesome woman! She has been living solo van life now for four years — just because she wanted to. Which is the best reason. Her travels are funded by selling essential oils, which she was doing pre-van-life and translated well to life on the road.

Her only complaint about living in a van is her struggle with getting mail delivered! She chose to outfit her all-electric van with Marmoleum floors, Paper Stone (recycled paper) countertops, and ApplyPly drawers. There’s even an e-bike in her garage!

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She Used Eco-Friendly Products in Her Van Conversion

Four Years of Eco-Friendly Vanlife 2

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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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Linnea’s cabin-style van build is amazingly cozy! Even though this was the first thing she had *ever* built, the only thing she really regrets is the size of her sink. The whole van is filled with natural wood and wood grain, including her live-edge slab desk that also becomes her outdoor table.

Because she’s known for a long time that she wanted to pursue van life, she made choices that would ultimately make the decision an easier transition. First, she had an online fitness and nutrition business, but her YouTube channel has become so popular it pays her bills now!

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She Supports Herself with Her YouTube Channel!

Linnea’s Cabin-Style Van She Built Herself 2

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Josie had been looking into vanlife and when she got some remote work finally took the plunge. I love seeing what people can do with a non-Sprinter van, and she makes her 1999 Econoline into quite the home!

I love Josie’s spirit because delving into van living clearly boosted her confidence — from using a power drill for the first time, to cutting her bed to size in a parking lot with an electric knife. Those little things are making her more resilient and bold. She also says the unpredictability of #vanlife has made her a more “flowy” person. If you’re fascinated with van builds, we think you’ll love her video tour below!

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Josie’s Life In Her ’99 Ford Camper

Josie & Ariel Her 1999 Ford Econo line E151 2

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Nyna showed up in New York City where she went to become an actress, and met her now-husband Trevor who happened to be the one subletting her apartment to her. They started playing music together and Nyna decided that was far more fun than acting anyway!

Eventually they recorded an album and purchased a van from Florida. However, they had to spend all their money on the van and needed to work a whole year longer before they could hit the road. At first they basically “glamped” in an unfinished van, but eventually they were able to create the awesome van they have today!

Enjoy the Tiny Home Tours interview below.

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They Talk Making $$ Playing Music & Plans to Add Kids to their #VanLife

Fortvine Traveling Musicians VanLife 2

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