When Alexandra Steltzer and her partner Jon were planning their wedding, they decided to spend the money they would have spent on a lavish, one-day ceremony on a three-month adventure traveling around the U.S. in a 19-foot-long renovated camper instead. After their wonderful trip, their love of tiny homes on wheels was sealed, and the crafty couple went on to renovate their own permanent tiny home, converting the old RV into a bohemian oasis.

a bench in front of a window with multi-colored pillows

After Alexandra and Jon returned from their three-month adventure traveling around the United States, they felt pressured to put down roots and buy a “conventional” home. But soon after moving into a four-bedroom house, the adventurous couple began to feel trapped in the large space. They they decided to make a change, opting instead to downsize to a minimalist lifestyle.

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kitchen with black and white backsplash and white cabinets

The daring duo decided to rent their house out and move into a tiny home on wheels. After purchasing the old camper on Craigslist for just $3,000, Alexandra and Jon went to work doing much of the renovation themselves.

a small desk with two chairs and large computer screen

The camper is just 240-square-feet of living space, but the savvy interior design makes it feel much larger. In the living room, a cozy L-shaped sofa sits next to the dining/working table that can be pulled away from the wall to make room for dinner guests.

a wall rack with a hat and sweater hanging on it

The kitchen is also a modern space, with a few vibrant, retro touches, such as the black and white backsplash. The kitchen comes with all of the basic amenities, such as a butcher block countertops and storage. There is also a four-burner stove.

a large plant in the foregroun and bed in the background

The rest of the home is just the right size for the couple, with a small bedroom tucked into the back end of the renovated camper. As for the interior design, Alexandra says that she and Jon have sourced most of the home’s decorations and furnishings secondhand.

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Images via Alexandra Steltzer