Fall in love with the cheerful touches inside this converted bus's bathroom

Sarah Haske has always dreamed about a creative abode that would enable her to explore new horizons. Can you guess where the stars aligned for this self-proclaimed gypsy soul?
As it happens, Sarah found her kindred spirit in Lucy - a newly-converted 40-foot (12.19-meter) 1996 International AmTram Genesis International bus that currently serves as both her workstation and home.
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A carefree conversion with a tinge of bohemian flair is imminent - would you like to take a quick look around? Then follow us along the mountainous route:
Needless to say, you'd recognize Lucy as soon as you meet her! The bus's original dark blue exterior was given more down-to-earth, personalized touch.
Of course, with a slick conversion like this one, life is always a celebration.
Gypsy is as gypsy does - you don't need to stray too far to realize that these interiors are full of character.
And yes, that's a sewing machine you're seeing: Sarah's company, H.E.C Studio, sells hand-sewn custom hats. Pretty cool, huh?
Someone with an eye for arts and crafts will know how to make the most out of vintage style conventions. Take some time to appreciate all the decorative details livening up the living area.
Gotta love the wooden interior finish throughout this bus: from the flooring to the ceiling and the surrounding walls.
Coffee, anyone? The cozy kitchen is well-equipped with a gas stove and other useful amenities.
Isn't the bathroom adorable? From the darling tiling patterns to the whimsical flamingo shower curtains, everything in this compact corner is delightfully fitted.
Last stop, the bedroom. All nomadic dreams are bound to come true with such a colorful composition of cushions and linen.
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Don't you just love Lucy? She has been given a cheerful makeover that greatly reflects her boho-inspired owner. This is still a new chapter for Sarah's crafty converted bus journey, but we're sure she's cherishing every moment of her newfound freedom.
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