#006 Fitting Out “Layla” The (Converted) Van With My Bro Oliver!

#006 Fitting Out “Layla” The (Converted) Van With My Bro Oliver!

Meet the person that helped me plan, create and build “Layla” 🌺 the (converted) van and now travel and live in her! 🚙🌈🙌🏽 We’ll take you behind-the-scenes for the van conversion process with my one and only very special (big) little brother Oliver. “Welcome to the show Bro!!!!!!!” 😄

***if on the Podcast App, photos of the final product can be seen on the website vetchloe.com or Insta @vetchloe***

***pics of the van fit out stages can be seen on Insta @vetchloe***

       

Above: Oliver showing Layla’s dimensions. Is the van small or Oliver big?!?!?

       

Above: Such a cosy and comfy spot. The nets hang all our clothes. Everything has it’s place, even the pot of sugar.

       

Above: Our kitchen/bathroom area. It is awesome to have running water through a foot pump. Do you like the splash-back I made out of pebbles and shells from the beach down South and rocks from Namibia? It is rewarding to make your home uniquely yours.

       

Above: Monitor for checking on the battery system and storage (85% full charge with still 221 AH of battery and 2.47amps coming in through the solar panels). We love our dimmer switch 😄.

Above: Storage drawers, got to have them! Vet notes take up a fair portion 😜

4 Comments
  • Jackie Stevenson
    Posted at 11:55h, 22 August Reply

    Wow…..great interview…loved the dynamics between you two. Really got an idea as to how much work was involved in converting the van,,,,,well done for all the hard work. Hope you get Bro on the show some more because you are both very entertaining together.

    • vetchloe
      Posted at 22:23h, 23 August Reply

      Thanks Mama! From this episode I have been getting interest from listeners on learning more about “Tiny Homes” from the so I may just have too…! And maybe a recap on our adventures once in Darwin? XXX

  • Sally Simons
    Posted at 23:15h, 28 August Reply

    Great interview! Oliver, I am sure you have looked on Pinterest where the interiors of tiny houses look very unique, even with a small tree inside them! Very hugge! I like the idea of Velcro keeping things from shifting about. All the best for your tiny house project! The future will be tiny houses!

    • vetchloe
      Posted at 19:38h, 29 August Reply

      Thanks Sal! I love the idea of a tree inside!!! 😍

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