You won’t believe the interiors of these camper van builds. These van dwellers have found creative new ways to maximize space in their camper conversions.
With questionable or closed bathrooms becoming more of a norm, having a portable camping toilet in your RV can be useful. Better yet, they are surprisingly affordable.
Have you ever considered trading in your big fifth wheel or Class A for a smaller van or pop-up? Here’s why downsizing is a great decision.
Bigger is not always better. This designer converted a no-build van using furniture and supplies easily found at IKEA and online.
Go beyond basic pencil and paper and use these free or inexpensive inspirational planning tools for your van or cargo trailer conversion.
If you’re intimidated by the more complicated kitchen portion of a van conversion, don’t worry—there are kitchen pods and modules made for any type of vehicle.
In order to live, work, and play on the road, this couple converted a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van that stores multiple mountain bikes and allows for comfortable living.
If you already have a minivan or Honda Element, Freeway Camper Kit offers several different ways you can turn your existing vehicle into a micro camper.
Get more storage space in your Sprinter van by installing a DIY headliner shelf above the driver and passenger seats.
Check out this converted van from UK-based musician Joe Edwards. It has a similar rustic style as his camper van that we previously featured!