Pod Gallery

Check out our latest Pod conversions here:

SWB large pod

This simple pod can be specified with single or twin burner hob, with or without a 12v 39l fridge and be fitted permenanly or made to be removable.

Pricing  – Pod £1850,   Table £195,   Occasinal table £75,   39l Vitrafrigo Fridge £450

Availavle in six colours, Red, Orange, Sea Blue, Sea Jade, Lime green, Fucia

Caping pod closed with table

Kitchen pod detail Kitchen pod door detail

kitchen pod draw detail Kitchen pod fold up table

Kitchen pod with single burner hob and sink Kitchen pod

T5 cooker pod T5 pod with single burner hob and sink


Paul and Jayne’s LWB Pod

Pauls pod lwb interior

When Paul and Jayne came to us with a half-converted van with SCA roof and partial electrics already in place, our brief was simple: finish the job, incorporate a decent-sized cooker doing it, but don’t go cabinet crazy and eat up all of the LWB’s extra space. They weren’t in the market for a full-blown tourer with everything and the kitchen sink, simply something fuss-free and spacious to take them on day trips. This all smelled like a custom pod conversion to us.

Liking the style of our GT cabinets, they plumbed for a modified GT sink unit with double cabinet and double burner, but without a fridge (which would only get in the way on breaks of less than 24 hours). To this we added a Cambee triple bed for the odd overnighter, and topped everything off with an under bed drawer and rear locker to keep clutter at bay.

From there it was over to Paul and Jayne, who rustled up their own curtains as a final touch before Billy was declared ready for the road.

Pauls pod lwb seat herringbone Pauls pod kitchen unit


Sophie and Toby’s Pod

Sophie and Tobys Pod T5 conversion

Living up to the legend of the Westfalia, Sophie and Toby’s T5 is the ultimate modern day surf-mobile. Both were into catching waves, and liked the option of storing their boards either under the Cambee bed or on the van roof. Opting for a Pod kitchen unit freed up more space for more boards – and choosing a fully removable Pod meant they’d be able to have drinks and dinners out on the surf with friends.

While Sophie and Toby now had a newborn to factor into their adventures – that didn’t mean the tide had turned on their surfing days! Their system’s simple: while one parent hunkers down comfortably in the van with the new arrival, the other can get out on the waves and vice versa. Young surfing parents, take note!

“Hi Matt, A big thank you to you, Storm and the team for our fantastic van conversion. You have been a pleasure to work with from start to finish. We have really appreciated your enthusiasm, innovative design ideas and patience- you’ve done a great job in listening to our vague ideas and turning them into a practical reality! We are thrilled with the finished result, the quality of workmanship and attention to detail, and can’t recommend you more highly to others. We are so excited to have our fun van home and can’t wait to start planning some trips away in it- maybe starting this weekend! “

Sophie and Toby exterior Sophie and Toby Pod back shot


Paul and Katrina’s Pod

Katrina Jenkins Interior T5

Cameraman Paul needed a van to get him to location, schlep all his gear and put him up comfortably in between takes, a job for the Cambee Pod if ever we heard one. The space saved on cabinets and a track system to pull the bed forward made way for all his gear, while a cool box which could be set up outside with drinks was definitely going to keep Paul popular with cast and crew in the summers.

The family also wanted to be able to tour in their new conversion – so we fitted a lifting roof with berth for his son to enjoy climbing up into at night, a table stashed behind the bed in the day and the Cambee triple Flex as a king-sized sleeper for Paul and wife, Katrina – classic work-weekend van stuff.

Katrina boot Katrina interior T5