I was recently sent these photos of an old school bus turned in a tiny house on wheels. The bus was completely remodeled and lined with a beautiful wood interior.

It was recently sold to a young couple that has made it their home in the North Cascades.

While it’s doubtful this bus is good on gas, having the ability to move your home where you’d like and travel with it is very appealing.

This little home looks so inviting that I could imagine them living in this converted bus long-term.


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  1. Matthew Jahnke

    That’s a little strange, using a school bus as a home. How would you get into town for supplies? And, how would you power everything?

  2. Jeremy

    I wish I knew how this person did their wood walls and ceiling.. can anyone elaborate?

  3. Angela Dean

    I love the idea of turning a school bus into a tiny home or even a motorhome. I would love to do that for myself.

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  6. Brianna

    For our bus conversion to tiny home we used 1/4 ” tongue and groove pine paneling. You remove the old ceiling and screw the tongue and groove to the frame or roll cage ha ha with metal screws. Easy peasy.

  7. richard sanborn

    hi everyone ive been a boat/house carpenter for 35 years im disabled retired army and would love to do a nice project for someone that would appretiate it for reasonable price i frabricate as well so be one stop shop have plenty of references

  8. richard sanborn

    oh and i put a bid in on my own bus yesterday