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Ziggy Campervan by Reset & Chill Campers


This is Ziggy, the Mercedes Sprinter LWB Minibus turned luxury tiny home on wheels by Reset & Chill Campers.

It’s one of their latest conversions that was built for one of their clients, what do you think?

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Ziggy, the Minibus Conversion with Sliding Bed and Indoor Shower

It’s so nice to have skylights!

The kitchenette with farmhouse sink.

The roomy shower.

Windows perfectly set in the sleeping area.

The dining area.

Not one but two skylights. 🙂

The bed extends in and out for day and night mode.

The rear storage and systems area of the van.

Another Reset & Chill Campervan in the UK.

Highlights

  • Ziggy
  • Mercedes Sprinter LWB Minibus
  • Converted into a luxury home on wheels
  • Built by Reset & Chill Campers
  • Their usual layout but with a different color scheme
  • ‘Boho’ shower room
  • Rustic timber ceiling

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  • Michael
    November 25, 2021, 8:24 pm

    I like the way how they resolved to get a decent bed for tall guys in the narrow vans they are building today.
    Because the mainly used bed for sleeping across driving direction is for short people only.
    Doing so they could accomplish a decent size shower stall which is a rare find in a camper van as a proper seating and dining area. I don’t like wet bathrooms at all, storing a portable toilet at a different place is great. It can be easy moved into the shower stall for privacy.
    Doing all this this camper still offers a huge storage under the bed, a nice kitchen and plenty of overhead cabinets for all the small things.
    The only thing missing is a wardrobe for hanging clothes. But there is no space without giving up all the good mentioned before. Well done.

  • Alison
    November 28, 2021, 10:55 pm

    Good design. It would be fun to travel with this.

  • Yvonne Ricard
    December 4, 2021, 4:04 pm

    I think its one of the most aesthetically appealing van build outs I’ve ever seen. Clean lines, good mix of wood and painted surfaces, and the kitchen is ‘functional’. Now if I could only figure out where to put a cat box, I could practically live in this…, at least travel with my cat for awhile.

  • Eric
    December 4, 2021, 4:14 pm

    OMG I’d be ruined, my back would hurt, and my knees… its what happens when one gets older… ok, old.

    OK for young ‘uns I suppose, but definitely wouldn’t work for me and a v-a-s-t proportion of the older generation.

  • Francine Rico
    December 4, 2021, 4:41 pm

    Nice, efficient design. Nice décor. Good storage.

  • Sam
    December 4, 2021, 5:31 pm

    Beautiful design and so roomy inside. I think I would like to build one like this.

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