Today lots of people are looking for alternative ways to live without mortgages and it turns out that there are several ways to do it.
Tiny houses on trailers aren’t the only way to go. And with enough labor and the right materials you can create a very lovely home.
I guess you can say it’s a custom built motorhome with a rustic charm to it. It has a completely custom wood interior and like all school buses it’s surrounded by windows.
Unhappy with your view? Drive on.
Enjoy the rest of the photos below:
This bus conversion was done by the folks over at WPICreative and was just recently sold to a young couple who are using it as their home.
Much of the interior resembles the look and feel of a quality built tiny house with all wood interiors and shelving.
The sink is large enough for you to do dishes if you lived here.
Again a nice close up of the quality workmanship on the shelving above.
One thing I love about school buses is how they are completely surrounded by windows. This gives you the possibility of beautiful views and incredible natural lighting. This is somewhere that I’d love to work.
You can see the closet space in the rear of the bus in the photo above and I imagine on the opposite side that there might be a shower and composting toilet but I’m not sure on that.
Have you ever thought of converting a bus into a cabin? Would you rather just have a tiny house on a trailer instead? If you enjoyed this post “Like” and share using the buttons below then share what you liked best about it in the comments at the bottom. Thanks!
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