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We love tiny home living and traveling. There’s something so freeing about paring down your possessions to the essentials and hitting the open road with all you need for adventure.

After living and traveling in our own school bus turned tiny home, we were excited to offer others the opportunity to travel in comfort and style! Contact us at camplovesick@gmail.com to chat more about how we can help make the tiny home of your dreams.

Dreamy Tiny Home Inside 1999 Camper

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When this camper came to us, it was cramped, dark and totally inefficient. We had a bast turning this camper into an airy, comfortable, and inviting tiny home on wheels. Some of our favorite features of this build include:

  • Residential queen-size bed with storage underneath
  • ¬†Easy-to-use three-quarter pull-out bed in living room with storage underneath
  • Newly-tiled shower with tub and wood floor mat
  • Real tile in bathroom (installed in a way to allow movement when driving)
  • Hand-crafted wood fold-out dining table
  • Custom herringbone counters made from reclaimed wood
  • Bespoke barn door for privacy in bedroom
  • Multi-functional one-of-a-kind side table that acts as extra seating for desk and at dining table
  • Shiplap throughout
  • New lighting fixtures
  • New faucets
  • Custom curtains and upholstery
  • Hand-embroidered pillows

Check out our YouTube tour for a full understanding of the work that went into transforming this camper:

Marilyn the Skoolie

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What started as a short bus used to transport children is now our very own cozy cabin on wheels. The nine months we spent living and traveling in our bus taught us exactly what’s needed to live, work, and explore on the road.

Some of our favorite features of this build include:

  • 200W off-grid solar system
  • No-smell self-built composting toilet
  • Gravity-fed plumbing system
  • Custom kitchen drawers and counter made from reclaimed wood
  • Bespoke office area for working on the road
  • Live-edge desk and counters
  • Dividing walls made from old farmhouse doors
  • Hand-crafted handles
  • Custom screens for each window
  • Hand-painted exterior mural