Jeremy and Mira Thompson wanted a great home for themselves but didn’t have the savings to buy one. Their wishes were heard when they saw an old beaten school bus on auction. You would never imagine, but they turned the school bus into a liveable home. It took the couple many years to complete the project, but the finished product is commendable. Jeremy designed the space and used his carpentry and mechanical skills, and gradually transformed the bus into an amazing custom built tiny house. Another amazing fact is that the bus still moves. Everything was carefully engineered so that it would hold together when the bus drives around.
While working within a budget, the couple stayed environmentally friendly. Douglas Fir flooring, cedar shingles, reclaimed wood for the ceiling and other areas were used to make their house beautiful.
Mira and Jeremy searched flea markets and garage sales for many of the decorative items inside and used reclaimed materials to keep the cost down. The craftsmanship and love that went into this micro-home emits passion and anyone who sees this home can tell that it’s their prized possession. Hit the share button if you find this COOL!