Roam into a memorable bus conversion that sleeps 18 people

Ever wanted to navigate through a futuristic bus conversion?
Parked up in a private farm in Melbourne, United Kingdom, the Bedroam is a mobile AirBnB that is giving us plenty to talk about.
In fact, this bus has gained so much traction it has been featured in George Clarke's Amazing Spaces - a popular British TV show exploring some of the best tiny builds around.
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Want to see what makes this conversion so special? Come take a closer look:
Ollie Kemp's inspiration for the Bedroam was, in a way, a silver lining. A serious motorbike racing accident, which put Kemp in a hospital, was the catalyst for this bus conversion project: It was there that his attention was steered towards a magazine article about mobile homes. Upon reflecting on his personal mobility demands (Kemp travels a lot for his races), the Bedroam dream came to fruition.
Here's another fun fact for you: the bus's awning includes a waterproof gazebo that can be easily assembled during the rainy season. Pretty cool, huh?
Blue lights add to the modernistic flair of this roaming accommodation.
On the top deck, you'll find a spacious sleeping unit comprising 14 individual bed pods. No kidding: These have been inspired by Japanese design conventions and are all individually fitted with lighting, power outlets, and memory foam mattresses!
There are four other pods downstairs, which can be dismantled to form a fully-functioning living area.
See that black cabinet by the stairs? That's actually a fridge. Quite creative, don't you think?
The Bedroam also makes a splash with two separate bathrooms. Both of which are fitted with showers, toilets, and motion-sensor sinks.
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Such a clever concept, right? Luxurious, spacious and very modern - there's plenty to love about Ollie Kemp's AirBnB bus conversion. You can see more pictures of this nifty mobile hotel on the Bedroam website.
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