Nate and Daysh are another example of folks who enjoyed tiny living for a season. The couple wanted to travel the U.S., so they started with a van build, decided they needed more space, and then upgraded to this beautiful shuttle bus. That said, they never planned on tiny living forever — so they are selling the bus now and building their first home.
Their bus featured a spacious queen-sized bed, huge pantry/closet, and a galley kitchen with an oven and top-loading fridge. The interior is light and bright with a really cool ceiling. Check it out below!
Tyler and Juniper lived a minimalist life in Hawaii (Tyler even did mini-van life), and weren’t interested in paying rent when they got back to the mainland. While expecting baby Atlas, they decide to buy and renovate a shuttle bus.
Their budget-friendly build used tons of recycled and repurposed materials. They even kept an old bench seat to provide seating for Juniper and Atlas while Tyler drives. Enjoy the tour below.
John and Ina (@seawardshuttle on Instagram) bought this former nursing home shuttle bus and transformed it into a home (called the “Seaward Shuttle”) complete with surfboard and bike storage using many reclaimed materials and a lot of creativity.
They’re currently living off of their savings and enjoying traveling and surfing everywhere they go. They claim the bus feels spacious, and there’s even enough space for their beloved dog and a handful of houseplants. Make sure to watch the full video tour from Tiny Home Tours/YouTube below.
This is the story of Riley Slayden and Cece Monroe of LivingTiny.co.
When they wanted a way to own a house without debt, they decided they wanted to go tiny. And they did it by buying a 1982 shuttle bus and converting it into their own rolling tiny home! Please enjoy our exclusive interview with them to learn more. Thanks!
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