Couple left their life behind to live full-time in a renovated Skoolie. Take a tour inside

Tiny Bus, Big Adventure details the journey of Jason and Blair, who travel the open road in their renovated Skoolie with their pooches JD and Kira in tow. Jason is a "Jack-of-all-trades," working to renovate the bus and professionally create other people's tiny homes. Blair is an artist and costume designer and the voice behind the Tiny Bus, Big Adventure blog.
Living in the bus full time with New England as a home base, the couple travels across the United States on an epic journey. The interior of the bus was completely gutted – floors removed, rust scrubbed – and Jason created new custom millwork. The result is a cozy home perfect for the couple and their fur babies.
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Jason and Blair completely removed the original flooring and installed new dark wood. Long sofas flank the living area of the bus, doubling as sleeping areas at night. Tribal pillows add a pop of color complementary to the blue ceiling.
A small working/storage nook offers bench seating and a large map detailing the couple's travels.
In the nook, a single desktop flips up and secures to act as a convenient workspace.
A freestanding coal stove heats the space, next to a custom wall Jason built.
In the kitchen area, a small refrigerator stores food goods next to the preparation island. A wooden piece fits neatly over the sink basin, so it can serve as added prep space when not in use.
At the back of the bus, a built-in table allows the couple to enjoy a meal together or to get some work done. Tone-on-tone wood detailing adds a hand-hewn touch.
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The bathroom features a freestanding shower and compostable toilet. Stone tile flooring mirrors the coal stove surround in the main living space.

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