Tiny House Bus Conversion by Stephanie Adams

Tiny house bus conversion – Have you ever thought about living on a school bus? An American mother dreamed of homeownership, but her budget was too limited to allow him to advance to a purchase. So he decided to make a “small house,” a miniature house. Turning an old abandoned school bus into a functional home and welcoming. Let’s see how.

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Stephanie Adams documented her story through the tiny blog Home Bus Conversion, a diary that chronicles how he managed to achieve, with creativity, goodwill, limited resources and a little help from people close to her. An essential tiny house bus conversion by one or, at most, two people, who strives to take advantage of all the space at their disposal,

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Stephanie bought an old school bus of 67 square meters and 60 seats in an online auction, spending a little over two thousand Euros, and parked in the green of a hill, in a quiet but not isolated area. Stephanie, who already started living in her original tiny house bus conversion, explained that organized space as it is functional for her needs. But that because for the moment one of her daughters live with her, they had to take advantage of the availability of a ‘ friend to put aside items and clothing that do not fit the school bus.