Kitchen Cabinet

Sprinter Van Conversion – Mattress and Cabinets





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Mattress and Cabinets entire recommendations here:

Hey all!
This is the approach for the mattress, frame, cabinets and our unwell countertop.
I beloved this step. After we have been done the van genuinely commenced to come to feel like it was a home. We commenced filling the drawers (with instruments mostly) and we got to rest on the mattress.
The products listing is beneath. Get pleasure from!

***Full Van create out cost here***

Corner brackets –
Drawer Pulls –
Sash Locks Entrance Cabinets –
Sash Locks Again Cabinets –
Drawer Tracks Entrance Cabinets –
Drawer Tracks Again Cabinets –
Plywood 3/4″ –
Plywood 1/2″ –
Polycrylic minwax Satin Stain –
Fin screws –
End Nails –
Plywood 1/2″ –
Deck Screws –
Hinges for Mattress to Couch technique –
Hinges for in Mattress Storage –
2×4’s –

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Electrical and Battery

Supporter Put in

Floors

Insulation

Wood Paneling

Mattress and Cabinets

Sink and H2o Tanks

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41 comments

  1. Nice! It's so rewarding to build your own Van!! An experience I will never forget!
    😀 🤘 😎

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  2. Is the boyfriend still around or did he fall by the wayside

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  3. Snugglie…lol love it. Thanks girl!! I am literally moving out of my apartment to start saving for my VAN!! Loading up on great information thank you so much maybe I’ll see you one day. 🙏🏼❤️

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  4. Lotsza work, nice job.

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  5. Very impressive work

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  6. I couldn't have done all of that with the drawers etc., I would have bought a used kitchen and adapted it, less work and they can be adapted to fit, we bought a used kitchen for a granny extension to our house and of course it didn't fit but was very easy to cut and splice to fit, I truly admire your dedication and hard work, well done

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  7. Is that bed a standard bed size? Or did you get a custom mattress to fit the width of the van?

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  8. Can you tell me how to find your drawer locks? I've been looking everywhere but can't find them 🙁

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  9. hey guys 👍 great job! what kind of frig is that and where can I get one? an is it a propane or electric?

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  10. Very nice work!

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  11. Could you please do a video on how that bed converts into a sofa? It kind of looks like it's tied in place, but I can't imagine that's very sturdy.

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  12. Thank you for the new music though. I love your style. Why don't people ever build bathrooms in these things??

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  13. u cool.. dude thanks alot..

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  14. Great vid, you guys are awesome. How did you bolt the 2×4's to the metal frame of the van?

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  15. You have a nice butt.

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  16. SO nice!

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  17. How did you attach bed to walls and floor. Is floor free floating?

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  18. I've done my VW Bay Window and T5 so know what a awesome job you've made of yours.

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  19. one way to mitigate the anxiety about trying to cut expensive and thick material accurately with a jigsaw would have been to get close to your lines with the jigsaw, then come back with a router and a flush trim bit with the bearing riding along the template. That way you don't have to worry too much about being super accurate with the jigsaw, as long as you're not going outside your lines.

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  20. Hippies!

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  21. God damn she's beautiful

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  22. I make cabinets for a living…thanks for the salute but we order our drawers from a drawer manufacturer…at least our dovetail ones. Just not worth our time when there are companies set up to make thousands per day. We'll make standard ones for a quick job, but we also have better tools than you, so I salute you instead!

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  23. cant use pre-fab shelves because would lose " precious space" but has lost an inch the entire way around the van so that she can have wood flooring and wood walls and wood ceilings… this shit is just an example of excess in money. i get the idea , but dont act like this is anything other than high end jewelry.

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  24. Your cabinet and drawer builds look awesome! You did all of that with only a drill, jigsaw and circular saw and the final results looks great! Cabinet makers have all of the fancy jigs, tablesaws, router tables, etc but you show how it can still be done with basic tools and lots of patience. Well done!

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  25. Sounds like you suffered but the final product looks real good. I'm almost done building out my Astro, and it's been by far the biggest project I've ever tried to take on alone. It was not very fun. Part of me hopes that I get to do it again someday because the second time will literally go 4x faster.

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  26. can you read a book to me sometime I love the sound of your voice

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  27. Looks amazing, great job! Hope mine turns out that nice. Quick question, what is the make and model of your refrigerator, I've been looking for a while and that one looks perfect.

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  28. wow you are gorgeous!

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  29. wow

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  30. Really excited to see how you did the walls.

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  31. very nice!

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  32. Brilliant use of old school double hung window clasps for the drawers! Van looks great!

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  33. Kaya, Don't be surprised if some of those boards you cut from the log split at some point. This will be the result of the lumber drying out. I know what you mean about making drawers. As a woodworker, I hate making drawers.

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  34. You guys rock!!!

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  35. How is it on gas?

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  36. Fantastic Job !!! Looked like you used every bit of space.

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  37. Incredible job!!! Can is awesome!!

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  38. Awesome!!!

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  39. Looking good Kaya

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  40. Looks good but why did you go with 3/4 plywood for the cabinets? Seems like 1/2 would be cheaper lighter and plenty strong.

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  41. Beautiful! You guys did an amazing job

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