Cole and Shae are an awesome couple who live full-time in their converted ambulance! Cole works as a woodworker, transforming reclaimed wood he finds or is gifted on the road, and turning it into stunning jewelry and cutting boards. Shae has a “normal” job in medical billing, and she can do it remotely.
They needed a rig that could support full-time remote work and a wood shop, and the ambulance was perfect! All the storage compartments allowed Cole to use an exterior one for all his tools and lumber, and a clever bed-plus-dinette set-up inside gives Shae a spot to work. Ambulance conversions are becoming one of my favorite tiny spaces! What do you think?
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Couple’s Awesome $17K Ambulance Conversion!
They have an L-shaped kitchen with an induction cooktop.
There are two benches and a flip-up table for working.
The fixed bed is perfectly cozy.
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- Cole and Shae wanted to travel more and be able to visit family more frequently. They’re also on the lookout for where they’d like to settle down more permanently.
- They chose an ambulance for its square interior and abundant storage cabinets, both inside and out.
- The L-shaped kitchen countertop is made from a black walnut slab.
- The ceiling is beetle-kill pine from Colorado, an eco-friendly choice.
- Cole creates beautiful jewlery and cutting boards from reclaimed wood he finds on his travels, while Shae works in medical billing 9-5 from the ambulance.
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