IKEA Tiny House Movement
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IKEA is known for their DIY furniture, so it is no surprise that they have started making pre-built tiny houses. The Swedish company partnered with Vox Creative and RV builder Escape to make this happen, with the Boho XL Wide being their first model, which starts at $47,550 USD. Following in their hygge (cozy) style, the kitchen includes cupboards made from recycled plastic bottles, furniture built into the walls as well as a collapsible desk. Read more for a video additional pictures and information.



The XL is large enough for a queen-sized bed, a kitchenette, living area, and a bathroom. These tiny homes can also be equipped with a trailer bed, solar panels on the roof, and a compostable toilet, making them perfect mobile offices too.

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IKEA Tiny House Movement
IKEA Tiny House Movement
IKEA Tiny House Movement
IKEA Tiny House Movement
IKEA Tiny House Movement

How I started was really listing out all the needs for the space. Like, how do you design around a wheel well and the mechanics of the home? I wanted to source renewable, reusable, and recycled materials when possible to make the space functional as well as beautiful,” said IKEA senior interior design leader Abbey Stark.