1978 Bluebird bus converted into a tiny home. Photos by Ralph Barrera AMERICAN-STATESMAN. More info. here.
Beautiful home, beautiful family
I like it, but two things… No shower, no toilet.
I love what you have done with this bus! Your home is very pretty and roomy. Thanks for sharing!!
I really like that they used a lot of regular furniture instead of building in everything. Its much simpler, probably cheaper, and give it more space.
I like how you’ve kept the windows open and unobstructed. That’s how I kept my bus too.
This really exemplifies minimalism at its best. Many things can be easily rearranged as well – concepts are very flexible.
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I guess they pull over int he middle of the road when they have to go to the bathroom or take a shower because I definitely did not see a bathroom in the bus lol
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Simple Living! I l♡VE it. Great job you two.
Love the idea – remember riding those buses in early 80′s to school..cool. You still have it?
It’s a really good use of an old bus. It has a lot of potential for improvements but it’s simple and nice.
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