We love tiny homes, and we especially love it when someone takes a rusted-out, beat-up camper and turns it into something amazing. Check out our 25 favourite miraculous conversions.
This 1989 Safari camper was turned into a tiny home for a northwestern Washington family, who renovated it when they found their housing expenses were too high. Although it looks like a stationary home on the inside, this reclaimed RV is fully mobile.
Never mind that this camper’s name is Magic Mike, the lovely wood paneling and cozy sleeping nook makes it totally family-friendly.
Filmmaker Cyrus Sutton is behind this 14-foot Sprinter van—his latest conversion in a decade of van living.
A dated RV (think oak veneer and cream-coloured pleather) gets an eclectic makeover.
When you’re working with a small space, making items do double duty—like this storage-container-turned-reading-seat—is important.
This converted 2004 Fleetwood RV now incorporates a second-floor sleeping loft, complete with fold-down ladder.
This colourful tiny kitchen is in the interior of a rebuilt 1965 Serro Scotty Sportsman Travel Trailer, which was essentially rebuilt from the ground up to create a cheery tiny house with a bright personality.
This camper trailer features generous kitchen cabinets—an unusual feature in most conversions, given the limited space. Pegboards make for lots of extra storage.
A father and son duo converted a big blue school bus into a neat-and-tidy portable home.
Designed by an architectural firm, this 1979 Airstream conversion has absolutely no 70s kitschiness left. Great use of space allows for a nice-sized kitchen and bath.
An extension on the top of this 1948 bus—to which a loft was added—provided extra space in this surprisingly roomy tiny house.