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5 Buses Turned into Incredible Homes

Tired of paying rent? Like to travel? Well then these incredible bus conversions may be all the inspiration you need to create a unique home for yourself and your family. Check out these incredible buses converted into lovely tiny homes.

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Architect Will Winkelman has done a stellar job of this bus conversion. By combining design and recycling, he has managed to convert this 1959 Chevrolet Viking short bus into a beautiful home on wheels.

Hitting the Town

In Russia, you don’t hit the town… the town hits you! Especially if you take a ride in this repurposed public transit bus. Replete with leather sofas, dancefloor and bar, the Barbus Maxi will show you a good time when you are next in St. Petersburg. Let the good times roll!

Bluebird Bus to Cozy Home

This is all-inclusive. From a carpeted floor to a fully functioning kitchen, this ride has all the mod cons you need. Now you can see the world without having to leave the comfort of your home.

Hank Bought a Bus

If you want to follow a project from start to finish, then Hank is your man! Hank created this beautiful bus for his post graduate dissertation in architecture, so it’s packed with really clever design features all of which he shares on his blog here. Hank bought the bus for $3000 and the conversion cost him $6000 – not bad for a fully-functioning home!

Little Log Cabin in the Intersection

Well look at this! This gorgeous home was created by Jeremy and Mira Thompson who converted an old school house into the most darling abode. The pictures speak for themselves.

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Nikki is an author and writer specializing in green living ideas and tips, adventure travel, upcycling, and all things eco-friendly. She's traveled the globe, swum with sharks and been bitten by a lion (fact). She lives with her husband and a very bad dog.

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