A FAMILY converted an old school bus into their dream tiny home.
The couple and their two children find themselves with “more than enough space” in their portable home.
Mike and Tina created their dream home during the pandemic, they told Tiny Home Tours in a video showing off their gorgeous home.
The home features a kitchen, pantry, bathroom, living room, rooftop deck, and master bedroom.
“What’s great about the bus is we took all of the windows that were emergency exit windows and put them on one side of the bus,” Tina explained.
“When we are stopped in a place with scenic views we can just open them all up and get a great view,” she continued.
The couple’s living room features built-in couches that double up as the children’s beds whilst traveling.
“We chose this bus for the motor and size,” Mike told Tiny Home Tours.
“We decided to do this in the pandemic when we had only been dating for 8 months,” the couple joked.
“We learned a lot about buses and each other,” Tina laughed.
Tiny homes are becoming increasingly popular across the US as affordable alternatives to traditional homes or apartments.
One couple from Florida decided to simplify their lives and downsize into a tiny home.
They spent $15,000 on the project, and pay just $100 a month on utilities.
Located in Ocala, Florida, the couple named their home “The Gypsy Mermaid.”
Rebekah and Robert Sofia built their European-inspired tiny home in just under two years.
Inside, the home has a pizza oven, a bedroom loft, a bathroom with a pebble floor, a kitchen, and an artistic living room space.