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Here It Is: A Tiny House From IKEA

by: Sharai Hoekema
here it is  a tiny house from ikea | Upload

For many of us, IKEA is the go-to when we are about to remodel our house. Affordable, qualitative Swedish furniture, delivered as a flat-pack for you to assemble at home. As the company enjoys its reputation in the field, it was only logical to look at a new, emerging trend - tiny houses. Here It Is: A Tiny House From IKEA educates and inspires. 

Tiny House Building, Netflix, And Ikea

As our Netflix streams and HGTV programming is overflowing with Tiny House Building or Tiny Living shows, more and more people seem convinced of the benefits of ‘moving tiny.’ People who are now ready to ditch their mansions and large homes for a literal shoebox. And IKEA is here to help them.

Recommended: Tiny Houses: Brette’s Foldable Off-Grid Pop-Up

Tiny Houses Are Everywhere!

Tiny houses are not just a fad. They appear to be here to stay, and for a good reason. They are cheap, that’s one. Then, they require you to clutter down your life and habits, a perfectly acceptable idea for people who are into a lifestyle of slowing down and becoming more conscious. Finally, tiny houses are much more sustainable. It is no wonder that so many companies are jumping on this opportunity to bring them to market.

interior IKEA tiny house, chair, bench, desk, windows

IKEA Tiny House Project Aims To Educate And Inspire

The IKEA tiny house is a play on a model already in use, the so-called Vista Boho XL, constructed by Escape Homes. It was not just a matter of borrowing their construction and bringing it to a larger audience, though. Instead, IKEA worked hard at making this unit even more sustainable - and, of course, creating space for its own furniture inside.

interior IKEA tiny house, kitchen, bed

The 187 square feet home has a dedicated bedroom, living room, kitchen, and bathroom. It comes with an interior that looks as if it jumped right out of the latest IKEA catalog while offering the buyer lots of options in terms of bedding, countertops, kitchen cabinets, and much more.

Pricing And Availability

For all the hype that IKEA managed to drum up around its prized project, including a design video, its own website, and a virtual tour, one might be surprised that only one IKEA tiny house has been built as of yet - and that is the prototype. While the future production plans remain unclear, the tiny house is still available for sale. It could be yours for a measly $63,350. 

While the entire premise might give off its appearance being a publicity stunt above anything else, the whole concept does, in a sense, validate the tiny house movement. If even large corporations like IKEA deem it feasible enough to dive in - albeit theoretically, thus far - it should take away some of the doubts others may have.

The focus on sustainability is great and should continue to be applauded, even if it appears to be just for likes. IKEA could be even more enviable if they actually decided to push through with the tiny house’s production. And who knows, they still might.

Recommended: Tiny Houses Tips And Tricks: Minimalistic Living Experience

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Here It Is: A Tiny House From IKEA

For many of us, IKEA is the go-to when we are about to remodel our house. Affordable, qualitative Swedish furniture, delivered as a flat-pack for you to assemble at home. As the company enjoys its reputation in the field, it was only logical to look at a new, emerging trend - tiny houses. Here It Is: A Tiny House From IKEA educates and inspires.  Tiny House Building, Netflix, And Ikea As our Netflix streams and HGTV programming is overflowing with Tiny House Building or Tiny Living shows, more and more people seem convinced of the benefits of ‘moving tiny.’ People who are now ready to ditch their mansions and large homes for a literal shoebox. And IKEA is here to help them. Recommended:  Tiny Houses: Brette’s Foldable Off-Grid Pop-Up Tiny Houses Are Everywhere! Tiny houses are not just a fad. They appear to be here to stay, and for a good reason. They are cheap, that’s one. Then, they require you to clutter down your life and habits, a perfectly acceptable idea for people who are into a lifestyle of slowing down and becoming more conscious. Finally, tiny houses are much more sustainable. It is no wonder that so many companies are jumping on this opportunity to bring them to market. IKEA Tiny House Project Aims To Educate And Inspire The IKEA tiny house is a play on a model already in use, the so-called Vista Boho XL, constructed by Escape Homes. It was not just a matter of borrowing their construction and bringing it to a larger audience, though. Instead, IKEA worked hard at making this unit even more sustainable - and, of course, creating space for its own furniture inside. The 187 square feet home has a dedicated bedroom, living room, kitchen, and bathroom. It comes with an interior that looks as if it jumped right out of the latest IKEA catalog while offering the buyer lots of options in terms of bedding, countertops, kitchen cabinets, and much more. Pricing And Availability For all the hype that IKEA managed to drum up around its prized project, including a design video, its own website, and a virtual tour, one might be surprised that only one IKEA tiny house has been built as of yet - and that is the prototype. While the future production plans remain unclear, the tiny house is still available for sale. It could be yours for a measly $63,350.   While the entire premise might give off its appearance being a publicity stunt above anything else, the whole concept does, in a sense, validate the tiny house movement. If even large corporations like IKEA deem it feasible enough to dive in - albeit theoretically, thus far - it should take away some of the doubts others may have. The focus on sustainability is great and should continue to be applauded, even if it appears to be just for likes. IKEA could be even more enviable if they actually decided to push through with the tiny house’s production. And who knows, they still might. Recommended:  Tiny Houses Tips And Tricks: Minimalistic Living Experience Did you find this an interesting article, or do you have a question or remark? Leave a comment below. We try to respond the same day. Like to write your article about your tiny house experience?  Send your writing & scribble with a photo to  [email protected] , and we will write an interesting article based on your input.
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