ESCAPE Homes Unveils a 276-Square-Foot Tiny Home on Wheels

ESCAPE Homes Unveils a 276-Square-Foot Tiny Home on Wheels

Whether it’s to save money or to simplify a lifestyle, more and more people are going small. Luckily there’s been a rise in tiny home design to meet the demand for it, which has resulted in some really cool and compact living situations that might just make you give up some square footage. ESCAPE Homes had a “prairie style” cottage that we liked before and now they’ve unveiled one that’s a little more scaled back than its predecessor but it’s equally exciting. ESCAPE One is a 276-square-foot tiny house on wheels with a rustic yet minimalist interior that can easily sleep four people.

Inside, there’s a simple pine kitchen with an under-the-counter fridge, hidden sink, and stove with shelving above. A large window allows plenty of light to enter the space while giving the interior a more expansive feel. Stairs lead to the sleeping loft and hide a closet and drawers underneath.

High-efficiency insulation and climate control options allow for extreme temperatures. It’s easy to hook up water, power, and utilities in minutes and because it requires no foundation, you can travel with it anywhere.

The bathroom is outfitted with a 36″ tub/shower combo, sink, and toilet.

Above the bathroom is a storage loft.

On the first floor under the loft, the space can be used for a living room, another bedroom, or an office.

Additional ESCAPE One options are queen, king, or twin beds, flatscreen TV with Blu-Ray, stone countertops, USB outlets, cellular shades, and an exterior shower.


Author: Connor Renwick

I'm a store mad guy who loves sharing the best and quirkiest shopping experiences around. I live for designer fashion, Versace, high end furniture, jewellery and travel.

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