Beer Run Bus (@beerrunbus) began the recent video at the bus entrance, where he installed a wood-burning stove for the winter.
He then pointed out the comfort and space in the kitchen, bathroom, and seating area.
He said, “We made some nice, cushy cushions with storage underneath.”
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“We added gold features to the kitchen, and our client selected a Nature’s Head composting toilet that is removable for the bathroom.”
He showed a second seating area with enough room to sleep one person and a nearby mini fridge at the other end of the kitchen.
We picked a fantastic propane stovetop, he said. For such a small house, the kitchen’s 14 feet of counter space is enormous.
The tour then moved upstairs as the custom home builder pointed out the uniform flooring throughout.
In addition, he disclosed that there was a “small partition wall separating the twin-size bed from the master bedroom.”
The tiny house can comfortably fit up to four people in total.
The outcome drew mixed opinions from the commenters. The fact that he was able to use a double-decker bus in a new way astounded some people.
There was a comment that said, “That kitchen has more counter space than my apartment.”
Another person remarked, “This is what I mean when I say I want to live in a bus.
Others criticized the design of the tiny house, in particular the size and placement of the storage areas.
“Shows three tiny baskets and declares, ‘has tons of storage.'”
“That phrase ‘tons of storage’ made me laugh.”
Someone commented on the fireplace by the door, “That’s good if you want all your heat to fly straight out the door.”
Others questioned his decision to include so many seating areas rather than more features.
“That bus has a ton of room, but you packed it full of cabinets.
“All that seating space could have been used to create a better bathroom and add more clothing storage upstairs.
“I find it a little depressing that you have so many beds and such a small fridge. Make sense of it.
Another area of concern was the propane stovetop, but Beer Run Bus assured commenters that they made the best of the situation given the limitations.
There is a smoke and carbon monoxide detector, he replied. We had very tight financial and time constraints.