It’s amazing what people can do with a custom motorhome. On the outside, this rig looks like a Ram ProMaster. Opening the door transports visitors into a room that seems straight out of an Italian villa. The owners make impressive use of space by having room for four people to sleep inside.
The couple who own this motorhome seem to prioritize seating space as there is a large U-shaped sofa in the back of the van. It’s against the back doors, so they can open them and experience nature.
Lifting the cushions reveals storage spaces. When the rear doors are open, one of them slides out for easy access to any outdoor gear.
This sofa converts into a large bed. In addition, a second mattress of the same size lowers from the roof. It seems that people downstairs are a bit cramped in this layout, as there is not enough room to sit. Both levels have their own lights and USB ports.
While the rear section is opulent, the bathroom is more utilitarian. The shower sink and composting toilet hide under a counter, which is on a hinge. Before washing, the couple must install the shower curtain.
The kitchen consists of a sink and an induction hob. The water heater is in a cupboard below them.
To achieve the natural look of the walls, the couple uses Roman stake, which is a plaster-like material. Wooden planks cover the ceiling. The floor is vinyl but has a wood finish to match the rest of the interior. The lighting is adjustable so the couple can enjoy a darker ambiance at night.
Outside, a ladder on the ProMaster provides access to a roof terrace that provides another place to enjoy nature. There are also 350 watts of solar panels up there to provide off-grid power.