Saturday, February 14, 2015

స్కూల్ బస్సు చక్కని ఇల్లుగా మారిపోయింది


The bus was converted using many reclaimed and recycled materials, including the floor, exterior shingles, and ceiling.
The house from the back. It's tiny, to be sure, but that doesn't mean it's too small.
The Thompsons were sure to make use of every inch of space, which is pretty much required when you only have 37 feet of house to work with. They also made use of recycled, reclaimed, and second-hand materials, which kept the cost of the makeover relatively cheap.
Inside the house, the bus has been refinished to be perfectly livable.

Yes, it has a bathroom.
It also has a complete kitchen. The stove and vintage 1959 fridge both run on propane power.
Despite the house's small size, the kitchen is actually pretty spacious.
The bus's massive wheel wells were incorporated into the design, with one becoming a support for a cast-iron stove, which heats the home.

The other wheel well became a loveseat.
The bedroom is built into this little niche, making it super cozy and super cute.
On top of the bedroom, there's a seating area where Jeremy likes to practice his guitar.
The house seems bigger inside than it does outside. The Thompsons found most of their home decor at flea markets and garage sales. This kept the overall cost down, and also gives the home a sense of character and charm.