This creative bus's conversion will delight you with its efficient and elegant kitchen

What happens when a group of like-minded creatives comes together to brainstorm and assemble their ideal mobile working space? You set yourself up for the start of a stylishly bright converted bus journey.
At a glance, the Tiny Bus Collective looks just like your ordinary Skoolie. But inspect it closely, and you'll find that this conversion is home to the collaborative hub of creative dreams.
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This bus is quite a recent conversion, but it's already giving everyone plenty to talk about. Come along to find out what makes it so special.
Of course, a collective that specializes in digital marketing and branding will know how to make a lasting impression. The shiny yellow bus has the company's name on the sides and in the front — so there's no reason for it not to stand out from the crowd.
As one expects with a busy-bee environment, desks and shelves are the standout fittings on board. Their workstation has been active since its launch. Recently, the Tiny Bus Collective held its first workshop for photographers, designers and artists of various backgrounds.
Productivity is everywhere — just check out those clipboards! If you need to take your eyes off the screens, though, you can settle into this cozy couch. There's a foldout counter space right on cue if you feel like taking a lunch break too.
Otherwise, just keep on working — there's plenty of space to go around.
You may have noticed that the kitchen is only a couple of steps away. It tidily comprises a mini-cabinet, hooks for those much-needed coffee cups and a compact shelf that houses all the essential utensils.
Along with the efficient use of space, the kitchen is elegantly fitted with a luscious wooden counter top.
Notice the door right ahead? That will take us to the bedroom. If you think about it, this is quite a unique addition to bus conversions — and certainly a necessity for a mobile dwelling that will have a high influx of visitors.
The bedroom consists of four bunk beds, each fitted with curtains to ensure all members of the collective have a bit of privacy.
Here's a closer look at one of the beds. Extra points for incorporating a tiny compartment that keeps your mobile phones and pocket-sized knickknacks handy.
And right at the end is the shared bathroom with shower and toilet. A wooden door with a mirror ensures privacy in the one room that needs it most.
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Pretty impressive, huh? The Tiny Bus Collective is currently traveling around and sharing their vision with like-minded people. Whether you're invested in their sleek conversion, or you want to get a feel for their artistic endeavors, you can follow their adventures on Facebook and Instagram.

Paige and her family live full time in Appa, their renovated Skoolie. They enjoy comforts of home such as a washer/dryer and full-size tub.
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