Many of us dream of seeing the world. But even ardent travelers require a place to call home. In her ideal home, the protagonist of this tale blended her love of travel and her need for home comfort. She made the decision to avoid making compromises.
Furthermore, Jessie Lipskin chose to build a home rather than purchase one that was already built. On one website, she discovered a 1966 GMC bus for pennies, so she bought it right away. The following few years were spent by Jessie refining her new RV.
That was how it all began:
Inside, things weren’t much better either…
However, the bus really proved to be rather robust. Just a little bit of toughening up was required…
Then they used natural wood to cover every surface, including the ceiling, walls, and plywood. They had to build the furnishings themselves because everything in such a unique home needed to be done on its own. Parquet was used to beautify the floor.
The bus’s exterior was also updated. Rusty paint with cracks is a thing of the past at this point!
It certainly looks beautiful with white.
And this is the final product from the inside!
Everything is there, plus more! The first and possibly most crucial thing is a big, comfy bed.
Every square inch counts in such a location. So there is a convenient storage area for all kinds of items under the bed.
The bookshelf not only provides hours of enjoyment, but it also enhances the aesthetic of the room.
Every housewife would be envious of such a kitchen.
The refrigerator with the peculiar shape merits special notice. Because there is additional workspace above it, it is stable and useful.
Where can you go if there are no restrooms? There is a shower, a sink, and a large mirror, despite the fact that there is no room for a full bathroom.
You can now travel with ease in the direction of the most breathtaking sunsets!