We converted an old school bus into a luxury home and live in it full-time – it has an office and queen-size bed | The Sun

A COUPLE has taken people on a tour of the 20-year-old school bus they transformed into a luxurious full-time home.

It has only taken them a year to convert the bus, which has enough space for an office and a queen-size bed.

Kyle and Naomi came up with the idea after renting a similar house-bus on a rental platform in North Carolina.

"I thought we weren't going to like staying in a bus, but we ended up loving the experience, and Kyle suggested living in one," explained Naomi.

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After considering it, the couple bought a Thomas International school bus in 2020, and transformed it into a home with everything they needed.

The couple revealed that their favourite part is the kitchen because it's so spacious.

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The bus had a 64cm roof raise, which gives the sensation there is more space than there really is.

Inside is an office with a wooden table, plus plenty of storage that Kyle uses to put his camera equipment as he's a videographer.

Close to the desk, the couple shows off their modern sofa, where they relax and watch television.

The couple decided to put the television on the wall because it saves them a lot of space.


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The kitchen is equipped with a microwave, plenty of storage and a fridge, but no full-size cooker as they feel they don't need it.

The bedroom, located at the rear of the bus, has enough space for a queen-size bed and plenty of room for their clothes.

They also managed to squeeze in a bathroom with a shower, a sink with storage for their towels a mirror and a toilet.

Kyle and Naomi decided to install solar panels on the roof to reduce energy costs.

The bus also comes with a garage where Kyle and Naomi keep their motorbikes and other items.

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