- Tiny home maker Escape Homes partnered with Ikea to create a tiny home on wheels for the furniture giant’s sustainability-focused Tiny Home Project.
- The tiny home sits inside of Escape Homes’ 187-square foot Vista Boho XL, which has a bedroom, living room, kitchen, and bathroom.
- The interior is primarily equipped with Ikea furniture, and the home is now being offered by Escape Homes for $63,350.
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Tiny home maker Escape Homes partnered with Ikea to create the furniture giant’s Tiny Home Project.
According to Ikea’s explanation of the project as posted on Curbed, the little home on wheels was inspired by a push towards “sustainability, inclusivity, and innovation.”
“Ikea’s ‘People and Planet Positive’ sustainability strategy is our roadmap,” the furniture company’s sustainability manager Jennifer Keesson said in a video explaining the project. “We want to meet the needs of generations today without compromising the need of generations in the future.”
The resulting collaboration between Ikea and Escape Homes consists of a 187-square foot unit based on Escape Homes’ Vista Boho XL, a $47,550 tiny home with a bedroom, living room, kitchen, and bathroom. The Ikea version, which has the same layout as the original, is now being offered for $63,350.
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