Tiny home on wheels: Woman builds camper van from scratch
While 'tiny houses' have become all the rage, one woman decided to up the ante, converting her small camper vehicle into a fully functioning home -- bringing a whole new meaning to 'rooms to go.'
Taking a little over two-and-a-half years to complete the project, Chris On turned her average 2004 Chevy Express passenger van into a mobile residence, complete with plumbing, solar panels, electricity, and even a projector. The best part? She had no prior experience in construction whatsoever, using only her research and handy skills to assemble the van from scratch.
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According to her website, Chris states that her favorite features of her new home include a projection screen, under-floor storage, a sink doubles as a shower, a mirror, (7) 12 volt outlets, a full-size bed coverts to a full-size chaise, and a solar electric system can power a toaster, blender, microwave, and induction cooktop.
See video from the camper van conversion below:
In addition to creating the home from scratch, she also decided to document the extensive process, putting together a time-lapse video that shows the progression of the vans interior every step of the way. By the completion of the five minute video, it's hard to believe that the decked-out camper at the end of the video was once the bare-boned vehicle shown at the beginning.
To help others who are thinking about jumping on the band wagon, Chris has put together a free guide, 'The Van Dweller's Dilemma: Choosing the Perfect Van,' available only on her website.
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