Mike, a musician, lives on a 27-foot-long 1983 international school bus. He can run all of his equipment, including a surround sound system and a modified keyboard with a monitor that emerges from behind it, thanks to the 1100 watts of solar power on the roof.
source/image: Tiny Home Tours
You’ll notice the cabin feel as soon as you walk inside, thanks to the abundance of wood, the maple live edge counters, and the stone wall with the wood-burning stove. Watch the video from Tiny Home Tours for more info:
A three-burner gas stove, a sizable planter box under the windows, and a hammered sink are all included in the kitchen area.
The back area has a bed that lifts for additional storage, and a ladder inside that stretches to a rooftop deck where he can take in the scenery and fresh air. The bathroom has a Nature’s Head toilet and shower with a unique water recycling system. Mike has maximized every square inch of his DIY tiny house on wheels!