Take a look at what this couple did to an old school bus! Jeremy and Mira Thompson spent several years painstakingly crafting the bus into a livable home. Jeremy designed the space and using his carpentry and mechanical skills, the bus was gradually transformed into an amazing custom-built tiny house.
Everything was carefully engineered so that it would hold together when the bus drives around. Yes, the bus still runs!
Mira and Jeremy scoured flea markets and garage sales for many of the decorative items seen inside and used reclaimed materials to help keep the costs down. You’ll see all the craftsmanship and love that went into this micro-home in the photos that Jeremy and Mira shared with Reshareworthy.com below!
The bus is 37-feet long.
The outside shingling is made from cedar.
A beautiful wood ceilings makes the interior space warm and inviting.
The stove and fridge work on propane.
There’s ample shelving in the kitchen!
Wood finishing throughout gives the house a cottage feel.
The bed nook is surrounded by drawers and storage compartments to efficiently use the space.
Above the bed is a lounge area to relax and play guitar.
A beautiful portal window.
This love seat sits overtop one of the wheel wells.
The other wheel well supports a cast iron stove, which is used for heating!
Photos courtesy of OurCoraBean Blog. Photos published on Reshareworthy.com with permission from Jeremy Thompson.
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