A 1966 Greyhound Bus Was Turned Into An Awesome Tiny Home
I’ve always thought it would be amazing to pack up, hit the road, and live a more simplistic lifestyle. Although I don’t think I’ll ever have the guts to actually do it, this couple sure did! They bought a 1966 Greyhound commuter bus and transformed it into a gorgeous tiny home on wheels that’s totally worth the reduced square footage.
Looking at the finished product, it’s difficult to believe that this stunning, cottage-inspired interior was once filled with rows upon rows of bus seats.
The bright and airy interior features a kitchen area, office space, washroom, and light-filled bedroom at the back of the bus.
There’s even a cozy spot to sit and read or have a cup of coffee right before the entrance to the bedroom.
How lovely is this little “library” along the bedroom wall?
There’s even a decently sized closet – a rarity for tiny homes.
The tiny washroom has mahogany wood slotted flooring that drains for drying off post-shower. The shower drain connects to the floor drain, and they both lead to a gray water tank mounted on the underside of the bus.
No more rust and faded paint! The bus was painted a sleek white, and they powder-coated the bumpers to prevent rust.
Although tiny, mobile life isn’t for everyone, there sure is something to be said for getting to explore the world (or even just the state) without the burden of pricey rent or a mortgage. Click here to see more photos of this awesome bus-turned-tiny home, as well as the transformation process!