This is the story of Ethan and Cassidy and how they live in a retired fire bus that they converted and built into a tiny home themselves. They’re @twopupsandus on Instagram. And actually, their bus is currently for sale right now. More info below.
The conversion took them only 4 months and they’ve been living in it with their two dogs. What do you think of their bus conversion and lifestyle? Take a look for yourself and let’s talk about it in the comments below.
This cozy and colourful school bus conversion was built by Aaron and Lena from Roadside Tales. They wanted a home on wheels that would allow them to explore and adventure with all the comforts of home wherever they parked it.
They Built a Beautiful School Bus Tiny House for 15k
The kit comes with flooring, cargo tracks, wall panels, ceiling panels, 100% natural wool insulation, shelving, kitchen galley with 5 gallon fresh and grey water tanks, sink and hand pump, bed platform, privacy panels, and more. The kit is $9,795, price subject to change. Learn more below.
This is Dan and Rachel’s van conversion tiny house with a multi-functional design to expand their space and adjust their interior layout to best suit their needs. It’s also known as the Swiss Army Knife Van shown to us here thanks to Tiny House Giant Journey/YouTube.
Since they travel frequently and they work from home, this van was the perfect solution for them.
This is the story of a couple named Tawn and Mike who used to own a gym and a 3-story house, but sold it all to renovate and live in the beautiful bus conversion that you see here today. By the way, they’re a family with two teenagers. They used the bus create an entirely different life for themselves with freedom as the foundation. They named the bus Oliver.
Today, they say they are so much happier than they used to be. You can get a look at their life below and enjoy the full video tour with a complete tour of their bus and more about their story, like how they used to work 14 hour days and hardly ever get to see each other. And how they have two teenagers. Please enjoy below! Thanks!
This is a vintage flat-bed truck that’s been converted into a motorhome in Coimbra, Portugal. According to Exploring Alternatives, it’s called The Bumble Bedford and it is built using metal and wood framing, wool insulation, and a roll up canvas cover.
It’s also a vacation destination/suite that you can book over at Glamping Hub. We first told you about it in the video tour right here. Inside, there’s a sleeping nook, kitchenette, seating, and tables.
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