When most of us think of buying a house, we turn to the real estate classifieds—but not Felix Starck and Selima Taibi of Expedition Happiness. This creative pair instead got online and purchased a 20-year-old school bus. Originally from Germany, they had to hop on a plane to the U.S. to pick up the bus and start working on it. Twelve weeks later, they had completely transformed it into a gorgeous loft on wheels. Let’s take a tour and check out their amazing new abode!
Let’s get started with a broad shot looking toward the back of the bus, which has been converted into the bedroom. Here we can see the kitchen, which includes plenty of counter space and has a very open feel.
Here is another shot looking the same direction from a slightly different angle. I’m sharing this photo because I love the ambiance from the lights!
Here is what you see looking toward the front of the bus:
And here is another lovely shot of the kitchen where you can see the breathtaking view out the windows! I love this photo because it puts a context on the idea of having a home on wheels. A lot of tiny houses stay parked in one place even though they could move, but Felix and Selima wanted to go adventuring, and we can see that they have!
Below you can see the bedroom, which has a simple yet charming design:
Even the bathroom in this tiny home is a dream!
As you can see, even the driver’s seat is enhanced by dint of the hardwood flooring, which runs all the way up to the front of the vehicle:
Here you can see a couple of the lovely design accents which bring personality to this beautiful abode:
If you are longing for an even better look at this amazing school bus tiny home, you are in luck! Felix and Selima have put together a video tour on YouTube. Watch it below:
Be sure to visit Expedition Happiness’ link below. Felix and Selima sunk a lot of money into their school bus and now need help funding their travels. In return, they will be posting regular travel vlogs of their experiences on the road in their wonderful tiny house. Donate more and they will send you handwritten postcards!
Expedition Happiness patreon blog: https://www.patreon.com/expeditionhappiness