This is The Big Green Bus in the Sussex countryside of England. If you’re into buses, you don’t want to miss this one. It’s a three-bedroom double-decker conversion by Adam Collier-Woods.
The main level features the kitchen, lounge, dining, wood-burner, and a bathroom. Upstairs you have three bedrooms along with a pretty-awesome living area consisting of two of the original bus seats. It’s so nice! Definitely worth adding to your wish list. Check it out below.
In fact, this post is meant to serve as inspiration as to what you can do with a double-decker bus if you’re able to find one and willing to take on the task of converting it into a tiny (err.. I should say ‘small’) home, right? Either way, please enjoy and re-share below! Thank you.
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