This is the Adventure or Bust School Bus Conversion, owned by high school sweethearts Brittany and Steven.
They chose a bus conversion over a traditional tiny house because it would cost less (they spent $17,600 on the build, see the breakdown here) and be easier to transport to accommodate their travels. The coolest part? You can follow the whole conversion on their blog, and if you have questions about this skoolie conversion, they provided a handy list of FAQs which they answered for you.
Check out their beautiful pictures and then enjoy the video tour on the last page!
Adventure or Bust School Bus Conversion: Tour!
Lovely galley kitchen with pretty big appliances!
The sleeper sofa becomes a bed when you want it to.
A TV! They have black-out curtains to help with viewing.
L-shaped couch (extra storage beneath, of course).
Washer/dryer combo. Perfect!
Looking toward the front of the bus.
Another full-view. Wow, isn’t this beautiful?
They bought that cabinet and the appliances at Home Depot.
Nice size sink for washing dishes!
That counter top is just gorgeous!
Nature’s Head composting toilet in the bathroom.
Nice-sized shower (way better than many RVs!)
Queen-sized bed (that lifts up to reveal the water tank and storage)
Now that’s a comfy spot!
Tons of closet storage on the wall here.
Want to see even more pictures? Interested in how they built it? Check out the Adventure or Bust blog!
Video: Converted School Bus – Tiny House Tour
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