There are a lot of people across the globe who prefer downsizing to a tiny house in order to pursue their dream life. US-based couple Gabriel and Debbie Mayes also did something similar by converting an old Thomas school bus into a comfortable mobile home. They completed the school bus transformation in July 2017, and since then they have traveled across the US along with their four kids, who currently study in a school on the west coast in Northern California.
Dubbed Skoolie, this 250-square-feet converted school bus home has a separate bedroom for all family members and a fully-functional kitchen alongside the cozy living room with convertible sofas. There’s also a complete bathroom with shower and toilet. The whole interior space is draped in Scandinavian modern style with white, black and grey hues; along with rustic wooden countertops adding natural accent to the space.
They also included fold-up tables for dining and work in different sections of the mobile home. The exteriors are painted in a crisp shade of white while there is a rooftop deck to enjoy in open air. Due to the center aisle design, there is enough privacy and storage space in the bus home. It doesn’t contain many outstanding features, but whatever it has seems to be sufficient for a neat and clean living experience.