IKEA Released Its First Sustainable Tiny Home

It’s sustainable, functional, and stylish.

If you are anything like us, tiny homes are some of the most endlessly fascinating dwellings that you have ever come across. We love spending hours and hours scrolling through pictures of them! While it is tough to commit to the concept of tiny home living, they are getting better and better.

The way that these homes are being designed these days, it is easy to see why so many people are falling under their spell. Now that they are becoming essentially commonplace, it was only a matter of time before the mainstream outlets started selling them. In a world where plenty of people want to live in tiny homes (but are unable to find them), this is a major plus.

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IKEA has thrown their hat into the ring and we are far from surprised. Their tiny homes are well designed, reasonably priced, and best of all? They are as stylish as they come. Lonely Planet shared the news about IKEA’s new tiny homes. According to them, the IKEA Tiny Home Project has partnered with tiny home providers, Escape, to design their own custom version of the Vista Boho XL model.

The eco-friendly home has plenty of solar panels, on-demand heated water and composting toilets. All of these items are powered by the tiny home. The home was designed as responsibly as possible, with an eye toward reducing the carbon footprint. Anyone who is looking to downsize a bit and help out the environment will definitely want to take a closer look at everything this home has to offer.

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The cleverly designed storage spaces also add to the spacious feel. There’s no reason to make any major sacrifices just because you are downsizing.

One can be purchased for $47,550, which is really reasonable when you stop to consider the cost of the average traditional home today. If you would like to take a closer look at the IKEA and Escape collaboration, be sure to visit the Escape Traveler website.