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Ikea unveils its first sustainable tiny home

It was just a matter of time until IKEA entered the tiny home market, and the Scandinavian flat-pack specialists have delivered big on their eco-offering, which is packed with green features.

The retailer teamed up with Escape and Vox Creative on The IKEA Tiny Home Project, which puts its space-saving expertise into practice across the 187 sq ft off-grid dwelling. RV tiny home builder Escape built the trailer which is a customised vision of its Vista Boho XL model, tricked out with solar panels, composting toilet and on-demand heated water supply, powered by the trailer.

The IKEA Tiny Home Project
Photography: Josiah and Steph Photography

Interiors are outfitted with IKEA furniture and its energy-efficient products, deployed across white-washed sustainably grown pine panelled interiors. Kitchen cupboards are made with recycled bottle tops and built-in storage and furniture, including a collapsable desk and table.

The IKEA BOHO XL model starts from $47,550 and is available to tour virtually thanks to Vox Creative, who’ve recreated its interiors digitally for at-home viewing.

The IKEA Tiny Home Project
Photography: Josiah and Steph Photography
The IKEA Tiny Home Project
Photography: Josiah and Steph Photography
The IKEA Tiny Home Project
Photography: Josiah and Steph Photography

[Via Dwell]

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