Tour this family's renovated Western Alpine Coach: Its living room is flat-out astounding

Whoever said a family of four couldn't live comfortably together in an RV? Maybe you're thinking, "No way! With so little space they'd be driving each other crazy." This family is out to disprove those beliefs with their incredibly spacious and beautifully renovated 2000 Western Alpine Coach. The "Happy Janssens" are now a family of five who decided to follow their hearts and live small but travel big.
The Janssens have lived in many wonderfully decorated RVs over the years. However, it's hard to beat the size and comfort of this one. At 40 feet long and 8 feet wide (12 by 2.4 meters), it's hard to ask for more room when it comes to camper living. Because living green is one of the biggest concerns to many RV dwellers, the Janssens have even used a conversion kit to fuel their coach on vegetable oil.
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This living room looks so homey, you can barely tell that it's on wheels.
We love how the Janssens were able to give it so much character with some fun textiles and a fresh coat of paint.
Cooking is never a problem here — look at all that counter space!
Can you believe this? Say goodbye to the mini fridge and hello to a full-sized and fully stocked fridge.
The parents' bedroom is super cozy and is much needed after a long day of driving and adventuring.
This bunk room is perfect for the girls. The creative use of storage is ideal for a growing family trying to fit as much as they can into a small space.
Remember the amazing counter space in the kitchen? Well, here it is again in the bathroom.
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How great is it that they don't have to stop at a laundromat while on the road?
Janssens, you are doing it right. Do you agree? Share this article with your friends on Facebook, and let us know in the comments.
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