Following our original design we wanted to build another double bed at the front of the bus for friends staying over. This would need to fold out/pull out from underneath a...

Once the back cupboards, bed frame and base and shower room were complete, moving forwards in the bus, the next logical thing to build was the closet. This went up quite...

Once the bedframe was built we knew how much space we had at the back for the cupboards. This was already somewhat pre-defined as the two heaters on the roof were...

Once the bedframe was complete we installed the lockable water inlet on the outside of the bus and the fiamma 70l fresh water storage tank under the bed frame. We had...

Once the wall paint had dried we were eager to get onto making the bed. We wanted to start with this as the size of the bed was would determine how...

Once we had all the wall panels up, we couldn’t help thinking how messy it looked. We wanted to find the best way to fill in all the panel joins which...

Panelling the walls of the bus is a huge job; we used 4 by 8 foot 5mm superior external grade plywood. This was £30 a sheet which we didn’t realise until...

Wiring the Electrics into the bus was one of the most daunting tasks we faced; with neither of us having any previous experience, the whole thing seemed very confusing! We hope...

We decided not to take out our existing flooring in the bus and to simply apply our flooring over this. We covered the whole floor in the same recticle insulation we...

As our bus had a small amount of cheap Styrofoam insulation in the ceiling and wall panels, we wanted to add additional installation. We decided that 25mm Recticel Rigid Insulation Board...