These days, we’re starting to notice a trend in what is being dubbed as tiny homes. For those who are unfamiliar, tiny homes are a social movement in which the emphasis is placed on homes that are small that don’t take up a lot of space, are self-sufficient, and in some cases, even mobile.
For the most part, a lot of tiny homes are DIY projects, but now it looks like Swedish furniture maker IKEA wants in on the action as well and together with Vox Creative and RV and tiny home builder Escape, they have started making their own tiny homes. These IKEA tiny homes certainly do a great job of showcasing the company’s products and design, while also looking cozy.
According to Escape founder Dan Dobrowolski, he told Lonely Planet, “It was a natural pairing. We feature many Ikea products in our various tiny home designs around the country as they mirror the renewable, reusable, and recycled materials we incorporate into the actual structures.”
That being said, despite having a small footprint, the IKEA BOHO XL tiny home isn’t particularly cheap. Escape has priced it at $47,550 and you can check out some of its specs on the company’s website.