This chic converted bus hides much more than it seems, including a great living area

This 1998 Amtran International School bus that can be found on Bus Conversion's Facebook was a real diamond in the rough. Once Shawn and Jaimie got ahold of it and decided to convert it to a traveling RV, its potential was truly able to be seen, and the couple now has the perfect travel companion for their many adventures. The outside of the bus may seem nondescript, but the inside is chic, casual, contemporary, and cozy.
The bus has a light wooden interior, as well as custom built cabinets and drawers. A fold-out table/desk is a true space saver, and the deep violet hues of the driver's seat and the couch give the bus warmth and depth, making it seem truly livable.
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The geometric rug really pulls the space together and gives it some unity. When it's not in use, the table folds down to create more seating space.
The bathroom contains a gorgeous porcelain sink with a tile backsplash and hanging vanity mirror. ​
The kitchen features custom cabinets and plenty of counter space and includes a stainless steel sink, dorm-sized refrigerator, and multiple small appliances.
Lots of drawers provide plenty of storage space for cookware.
A small fridge takes up very little space.
The back of the bus serves as the master bedroom, with plenty of space for a double bed. The bus's original windows, left intact, provide a sunny interior.
Handcrafted storage cabinets line the interior and offer up space for clothing and other belongings. The bus is much roomier than you would imagine! It also has heat and air, as well as running water.
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