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Green Cedar Bus Tiny Home

This is the Green Cedar Bus Tiny Home.

It was built by Josiah Deor-Williams, the son of a woodworker.

Inside, you’ll find a living area, full kitchen, bedroom, loft, fireplace, lots of storage, and more.

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Video Tour of the Interior

Video Tour of the Exterior

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  • Lynnette Workman June 30, 2016, 2:52 pm

    It’s lovely and rustic, imaginative. But, where’s the bathroom? :(

    • Elwood Jones July 27, 2016, 10:45 pm

      I thought the same thing. I love it but it would be a no go design for me unless there is a John onboard.

  • Andrea Hardy June 30, 2016, 4:53 pm

    Love it!

  • D. L. Graham September 12, 2016, 11:20 am

    They got it right. They’ve got the whole hippie esthetic nailed. The old wood-burning stove. The hammock. The various & eclectic wood all around. The mosaic tiles on their kitchen counter. The stained glass windows. The quirky labyrinthine maze-ishness. I LOVE this tiny house. Of course one wonders where they pee, but some folks just don’t like to talk about such things. I mean, in all the Laura Ingells Wilder Little House books she never once mentioned the construction of such facilities either. She went into wonderful detail about all other aspects of her Pa’s home creating efforts, but never once offered even a faint hint about the where-did-they-poo situation. So…

  • Sarah September 20, 2016, 10:21 pm

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE this! How imaginative! A hammock in the living room, terrific. Love especially the countertop with the tree with the heart. Beautiful wood, great job!

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