This converted bus's sleek kitchen will charm you with its nifty use of storage

Since 2015, Jordan, his wife Marcie and their bulldog Deebo have been making their mark in the bus conversion world.
The vehicle of choice was a Motor Coaches Industries 1984 MC9 bus, hailing from New Mexico. With a full makeover on their minds, Jordan and Marcie began laboring over what would eventually become their Gnarly Bus.
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While the traveling troupe have been diligently recording their feats online (their Youtube videos are the best), we ought to pay their new home a special visit too.
Behold: the lustrous and glorious Gnarly Bus. The classic exteriors are nothing to scoff at, even if a paint job is still in the works.
As for the interiors? They are a tiny living classic. Honing in on all practical elements, the converted bus's living area is lined with standard pieces like a flip-up dining table, couches and a bookshelf.
As you can see, there are plenty of nifty details to delight the storage-minded among us.

#Deebo #summertime #buslife #bulldog #britishbulldog #englishbulldog #dogsofinstagram #dog #iliveinabus

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Deebo might not be too interested in the TV, but we're sure he's nice and cozy in his quilted corner.
Sleek wooden counter tops bring a bit of elegance to the Gnarly's kitchen.
Another ode to Jordan and Marcie's functional affinities.

Hello bedroom. #iliveinabus

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Thus we reach the bedroom. As you can see, Deebo is not the only family member who can dabble in a bit of quilted comfort. The bookshelf is a nice touch too - it brings a decorative flair to this room as well as being another strong storage asset.
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Throughout their journey, Jordan and Marcie have recounted the trials and tribulations of their converted bus feat. A quick glimpse at the Gnarly Bus shows us a true dedication to every aspect of tiny living: from downsizing to ensuring every member of the family, canine or human, is content in the newly-built mobile dwelling.

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