Roosevelt is for Sale!

Already know you want him? Scroll down for cost and features. Meet Roosevelt, our trusty steed. He’s our rough on the outside, beautiful on the inside 144″ wheelbase Sprinter van. Roosevelt was previously a construction van and took his fair share of dings and dents prior to getting a remake and remodel. This is a…

The Walls

Putting walls up in our van was actually a fairly easy task in the end (omitting all of the trim, carpenter’s putty, and spackle towards the tail).  However, we went through a few different ideas for how we would accomplish the task.  Initially, we wanted walls with zero seams to be seen which  would require…

Random Van “Hacks”

We didn’t do everything exactly as we’d like. In fact, I can guarantee without a trial run (or three), there will be something within the first night of your van life that you’d like to change. For better or for worse, some things are stuck the way they are. These are some of our favorite quick…

Selecting the Electrical

When we first decided we would do a van build, the electrical portion was one I began researching immediately as I knew the least about it.  Let’s start with “no matter how novice you are with electrical concepts, you can learn the basics of a 12V (or higher) system with a bit of patience and…

The Cushions

Hello! Here are the steps we took to make our cushions. This is not a ‘How To’ for people that are not already fairly familiar with a sewing machine. ie, you best know what you’re doing. Like I did? Nah, this is in huuuuuuuuge thanks to my incredibly talented mother who rocked this project with…