This blog post discusses the incredible time-lapse transformation of a bus into a beautiful tiny home, as shown in the YouTube video “From Bus to Beautiful Tiny Home.” The video’s transcript mentions the excitement of the news and the progress of the bus conversion. The blog post also mentions the remaining projects, such as painting the exterior, and invites readers to follow their journey of full-time travel.
In this YouTube video titled “From Yellow School Bus to Cozy Tiny Home – A Fascinating Transformation!”, the host showcases the incredible journey of converting a yellow school bus into a comfortable and charming tiny home. Through the video, viewers get a glimpse of the entire transformation process, from gutting the bus to creating functional living spaces. The final result is a stunning and cozy home on wheels, proving that unconventional spaces can be transformed into beautiful and functional living quarters.
In this YouTube video, the creators share their journey of converting a school bus into their dream tiny home on wheels. They document the process of removing seats, removing the floor, dealing with rust, removing insulation and panels, resealing windows, and more. Throughout the video, they provide helpful tips and tricks for others considering a similar project. The creators express excitement about reaching milestones like painting the floors and installing fans and skylights. They also ask for input on choosing paint colors for the floors. Overall, the video provides an in-depth look into the skoolie conversion process and the memorable moments the creators have experienced along the way.
In this YouTube video titled “Transforming a Skoolie into an Off-grid Oasis: Watch the 2-Year Journey in 10 mins!”, the journey of converting a school bus into an off-grid oasis is showcased. The exciting and creative transformation process is compressed into a 10-minute video. Stay tuned to witness the remarkable journey unfold!
Alyssa shows off her charming five-window short bus named Monarch, which she lives in full-time with her dog Rio. The bus has a commercial grade exterior home door, solar panels on the roof, and five exterior cameras for easy driving and safety. Inside, Alyssa has created a functional and cozy living space with a guest bed, kitchen with a microwave and oven, and a favorite part of the bus: the bathroom. The space is packed with storage and personal touches, such as a record player and a guest book for road trip memories.
We meet Rita, a solo female traveling artist and graphic designer who built her own tiny home on wheels inside of a pink bus. She talks about her transition from living in an apartment to living out of her Jeep and eventually building her bus. She also gives a tour of her home, showing off her kitchen, shower, and sticker collection. The bus cost her just under $9,000 to build, and she’s been living on the road for almost three years now.