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This Beautiful Boho Camper Van Has A Hidden Foosball Table Inside

Coach-built camper vans tend to look a bit, well, same-y. Generally, if you want a homely, rustic van interior with a custom twist you’ll have to master the art of DIY and build it yourself. However Arizona-based conversion company Boho Camper Vans are offering van fit-outs with a difference, offering super unique finishing touches to beautiful van interiors.

Boho Camper Vans specialise in unique, homely van interiors

It all started with a custom request from a client, in the form of a bunch of hand-sketched drawings over coffee. Jerome had a vision, and he wanted Boho Camper Vans to bring that vision to life. The project was nicknamed Golden Egg, and the idea was to create a full-time home on wheels that could be used for warm weather chasing in the U.S., as well as regular foosball tournaments. The project took 6 months of prior planning, but it was a chance for Boho, who is synonymous with affordable Ford Econoline conversions, to showcase what they could do on a big budget.

The base van is a 2019 Ford Transit cargo high roof, the newest, tallest and biggest Class B van available on the US market, painted a luxurious white-gold color, hence the name Golden Egg.

The “Golden Egg” Ford Transit which inspired the project.

Inside, Boho Camper Vans went to town with bamboo flooring, wonderfully retro brown/gold tiles and red cedar cladding, creating a warm and homely first impression.

As you step in, a comfy sofa takes up one side of the van, equipped with a swivel table and flip-top extension for added workspace. The other side is occupied by a cute little galley kitchen, complete with a Ruvati stainless steel sink, a butcher block countertop and a slide-out pantry. The Dometic range/oven somehow fits perfectly with the van’s decor, reflecting the warm tones of the walls, and a slide-out Dometic CFX-95 dual fridge lives underneath the bed on pull-out sliders.

This Swiss Army knife of kitchens is bigger than it first appears…

The double bed sits at the rear of the van, and underneath it is stored all of the camper’s services: a 315Ah solar-powered battery system, a 3000W inverter and a 12.2 gallon propane system. An intake-outtake roof vent fan keeps things cool in the bed area, while dimmable LED lighting sets the mood, and a JL Audio stereo system and cable TV with a digital TV antenna provide entertainment.

Cable TV and a sound system? What more could a man in a van want?

If you think a Ford Transit is too small to fit a shower in then wait until you see this; the Golden Egg has a hidden surprise as the indoor shower is in fact stowed away underneath the steps, and it’s fed by a 25 gallon fresh water tank via a 2.5 gallon hot water heater which we can see mounted on the kitchen wall. A 15 gallon underslung grey water tank collects all of the waste water too, and a Dickinson propane fireplace keeps things toasty in the evening. There’s even a small portable toilet hidden under a part of the sofa which flips up.

Boho Camper Vans’ clever showering solution.

All of these features would be epic enough in such a well-designed van conversion, but there’s one more surprise: a full-size slide-out foosball table hidden beneath the bed. This would be a cool addition to any van, for sinking beers whilst playing a few games under the shade of this van’s rear-mounted umbrella, but Jerome takes his foosball seriously, and the table is actually for practicing for tournaments, and is also perfectly leveled.

The foosball table really is the unique selling point of this van.

As this is a custom build we don’t have an idea on price, however starting prices for Boho Camper Vans’ conversions are around $25,000, plus the cost of a used Ford E350 estimated at around $10,000 – $15,000. They even do rentals from their Arizona workshop, so you can get a little taste of bohemian-style vanlife before you decide to buy.

Source: Boho Camper Vans

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