Amazing Tiny School Bus Cottage


You would be surprise to find out how many objects can be turned into a living space or even a house. You already know about grain silos, but did you ever think about a school bus as your next home? Jeremy and Mira Thompson took this bold step and turned a school bus into a tiny house. They did such an amazing work and their new home looks very cozy and welcoming, not to mention awesome-looking from the outside. This tiny bus home can be easily moved from one place to another and the 37 square feet interior is more than sufficient for a family of 3. Its inside looks magical and fairytale-like with a small living room, cute upstairs bedroom, kitchen and bathroom. If you are an adventurous type, who works from home and wants to have the freedom of moving from one location to the other, such a tiny bus home would be ideal for you and your family.






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4 Responses to “Amazing Tiny School Bus Cottage”

  1. David T. Brown says:

    This is a clever and attractive tiny-house solution. Thanks for reposting.
    A friendly suggestion, though – you folks at really need to hire a good writer or copy editor. Your articles, though consistently interesting, are plagued by recurring grammatical and factual errors which really detract from your otherwise engaging content. There are at least three in this short article alone (two grammatical glitches and an inaccurate floor area measurement – a standard school bus is 35 feet long by at least 5 feet wide, so 37 square feet is way off base).

  2. Robert says:

    I agree. I really enjoy the subject matter of goodshomedesign but have long been wondering about the writing itself. I am guessing that English is not the author’s first language? In any case, thank you for posting this interesting material!

  3. Antonia says:

    The house may extend further than a normal school bus. Just giving them the benefit of the doubt.

  4. Bob Anderson says:

    A school bus is at least 7′ 6″ wide. The length depends on how many passenger bus it was before being converted in to a tiny home.

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