This is Meg and Aaron’s incredible Promaster Van conversion that seems to fit everything into its tiny space! Not only do they have a bathroom (shower & composting toilet); they also included a chef’s kitchen (Meg is Superyacht Chef) and a rooftop deck for yoga, relaxing and sunset cuddles.
The two spent 2.5 months stripping their van and making it into their travelling house. It runs on solar power and propane, and has a huge garage space to fit all their toys. Tiny House Giant Journey did a fantastic video tour with the couple which you can watch below.
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Promaster Van Conversion with Bathroom & Chef’s Kitchen!
Here’s the van! The ladder takes you up to the rooftop deck.
Inside the kitchen features butcher block counter tops and awesome fish-scale tiles.
This pop-up counter top lets Meg have space to cook her amazing meals.
And the slide-out pantry allows her easy access to all her ingredients!
And here’s that bathroom! It’s wet-room style with a shower and toilet in one space.
Finally, this is the queen-sized bed that allows Aaron (at 6 ft. tall) to stretch out.
Fully Loaded VAN TOUR! Chef Kitchen, Roof Deck & Bathroom
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I do not get all this exaggeration – a chef’s kitchen? Nope. Is that an American thing to exaggerate everything out of proportion? The kitchen is way too small for being a chef’s kitchen. Just a plain sized kitchen in a camper van. But the van is nice.
In this case they called it that because the owner is, in fact, a chef.
@D. Pedersen – It’s not the kitchen that makes the chef but the chef that makes the kitchen…
I look at my kitchen and think sprinter van. I suppose I could fit a micro kitchen into a van…tough part is gonna be the toilet and the bed, clothes, supplies. I’ve worked my food trailer business at festivals sleeping in the tow van on a air mattress. It aint no fun. A schoolbus conversion or full on high end RV or forget it.
That sounds like a good idea!
I love what you two did to this van. Wow! I think is great how you use the space to have all you need. Enjoy!👍🏼
It is entirely amazing. I am thinking of building a house using shipping containers. I have seen many houses that are built using shipping containers; they have gone from just an idea to a mainstream option for building custom homes. Ingenuitive designers have taken the humble shipping container and imparted their imagination overtop, resulting in some genuinely spectacular dwellings that are custom modified to include everything they want and need. I have researched a lot and even found a contractor for the build. https://www.securecontainer.ca/secure-container-in-toronto/
Seeing these images, I am confident to build one.