We converted a dusty work van into our little paradise on wheels – there's an in-home movie theater & succulent garden | The Sun

A TRAVELER has shared a tour of her trusty little home on wheels for life on the go.

She revealed their space even includes an in-home movie theater and a succulent garden.

Mileena (@bohomeena) shared the video with over 670,000 TikTok followers.

She explained despite having no experience, she and her partner pursued building their van home from scratch in Hawaii.

"With almost no experience, it took us 3 months to convert this from a dusty work van to our little paradise on wheels," she said.

"Side note, we have an apartment and do not live in this van. I say this so it is clear that we are not encouraging van life in Hawaii, as it is not allowed," she clarified.

She showed off their movie theater space with a projector and pull-down screen as well as their comfy swivel seat.

Mileena moved up to her dashboard to show off the succulent garden at the front of the van.

Moving to the back of the van, she revealed their storage space cabinets, closets, mini fridge, and power strips.

In their kitchen was a sink with ten gallons of built-in water: "The sink also acts as our mini outdoor shower," she said, showing off the removable nozzle hose.

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Moving to their bedroom, she revealed the sink also doubled as their work desk and kitchen drawers thanks to the built-in drawers.

Their couch, as well, lived double lives as she collapsed it into a full bed.

People took to the comments to share their thoughts on their cozy space.

Many were impressed: "OK but like actually smart as hell and so conservable," said one commenter.

"This is perfect cause I was planning on just living in a tent on the beach when I moved to Hawaii but this," said another.

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