The 1999 school bus is now a luxury home-on-wheels.
Many people have fallen in love with tiny homes and simple living. Some people have even gotten creative with their tiny homes and created them in less than conventional ways. One man named Craig Gordnier did just that when he took an old school bus and transformed it into a luxury home-on-wheels.
He worked tirelessly to turn his 1999 Blue Bird school bus into a livable home and he deserves all the credit in the world for doing so.
Tiny homes provide those of us who are looking to take a walk on the wild side with a much-needed outlet. For some of us, it is all about downsizing. For others, it is about having a home that stands out from the crowd. Craig is 27 years old and lives in Massachusetts. He was so dedicated to the new home that he drove all the way to South Dakota just to take this bus home!
All of his efforts were worth it, though. He worked on the bus for months, putting in long weekends to achieve his dream home.
The bus has so many amenities, you won’t be able to believe it. There’s an espresso bar, a full kitchen, a queen-size pull-out sofa, and a bed. Beyond that, he uses solar panels to help heat the space and he’s even got a place to stash his trusty motorcycle! Craig is pretty intent on making sure the place remains nice and cozy.
Check out some photos of the inside:
He made the space comfortable and luxurious since he plans on spending plenty of time there. He’s got a whole five-year plan that includes traveling the country and taking on some pretty grand adventures.
He documented his journey of transforming the old bus into a tiny house. Check out the video below:
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You can follow along his journey on his TikTok or Instagram if you want to learn more about how he transformed the bus or what he’s up to now.SKM: below-content placeholder