Matt and JoAnna bought a home and kept sinking money into it. When they saw other families turning to school bus life, they decided to join their ranks and move their family of five (three boys, ages 7, 5 and 6 months) into a bus home!
In terms of family-friendliness, this bus conversion checks all the boxes: There’s a spacious living area for family time, a kitchen with all the counter space for prepping family meals, a tub, a washer/dryer unit, and bunks for the kids and a private bedroom for mom and dad.
Tiny Home Tours took us on a bus walkthrough which you can watch below. Plus you’ll get the details on their bus name, “Businante.”
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Three Kids and Two Adults in One Bus Conversion
Their kitchen has more counter space than many apartments!
They have plenty of space for seating in the living area.
Their boys can use the bench as a stool to help with food prep on the L-shaped counter.
Here’s the boys’ bunk area and their laundry space.
This is the Master bedroom with an awesome built-in shelf.
Home sweet home for this family of 5!
VIDEO: Family of 5 & Their DIY Bus Conversion
- Wood burning stove
- Couch bed for guests
- Dinette becomes couch area for movie nights
- Bunk beds for the boys
- Separette toilet
- Propane stove/oven
- Large sink
- Separate toilet room and shower area
- Washer/dryer combo
- Back bedroom for parents
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