It’s a small dream of mine to have a comfy, cozy, tiny home somewhere in the Scandinavian woods (preferably near some mountains and a lake). I’d go for walks and return home to make delicious breakfast just as the sun’s peeking out from the treetops.

I’m pretty sure that I’m not alone in thinking about moving out to nature to live a minimalist lifestyle full of fresh air and adventure because, let’s be honest, the hustle, bustle, and stress of everyday city life can be exhausting. That’s where the Swedish retailer (and our beloved meatball maker) Ikea comes in.

Ikea partnered up with Vox Creative, Curbed, and Escape, which builds small homes and RVs in the US, and created a sustainable tiny mobile home that you can live in off the grid. So the Ikea Tiny Home is the perfect fit for anyone constantly on the move or wanting to mix and match remote work with adventuring. Scroll down, check out the tiny home that was originally built in March and shown to the world only recently, and let us know what you think of it, dear Readers. A huge thank you to the team at Ikea for helping Bored Panda out with their fabulous photos.

Dan George Dobrowolski, the founder and CEO of Escape, told Bored Panda that sustainability is at the core of all of their designs and shows up in many different ways. “Energy efficiency with a tiny carbon footprint, use of sustainable and recycled materials, the ability of the building to be moved and adapt to new environments as needed. The list is endless.”

More info: IKEA.com | EscapeTraveler.net | Curbed | Virtual Tour

The Tiny Home Project is a collaboration between Ikea, Vox Creative, Curbed, and Escape

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According to Dobrowolski, the idea generation, design, and building phases were “relatively smooth as they were simply making small interior modifications to our existing Boho XL model.” He pointed out that the project had been in the works for around a year and that they were approached by a third party for the project.

“We can deliver anywhere, but customs would need to be cleared on the buyer’s end,” he shared the good news.

Dobrowolski added: “Smaller is beautiful.” And we couldn’t agree more.

The Boho XL home is all about sustainability and mobility

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It’s great for anyone constantly on the move, with a love for comfy minimalism, and a heart for eco-friendliness

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The interior is stylish, comfortable, and what you’d expect to see in an Ikea showroom

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At 187 square feet, the home is obviously tiny, but it has everything that you need to snuggle up and live and work comfortably

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Photos like this one are making us long for a life far away from the hustle and bustle of the city

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There’s enough space everywhere for your books, your plant buddies, and your hobby gear

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The bed is quite large for such a tiny home

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The kitchen has plenty of space for all of your appliances and ingredients (carrots not included)

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We love how everything blends together so well

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Meanwhile, the bathroom looks stunning with the sustainably-grown pine wood paneling peeking out in places

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There’s plenty of hidden storage designed to fit the essential items

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The dining table can be used in many different ways and we love the flexibility that it has

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The outside space adds to the house’s charm and you can easily have a picnic next to your home

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Here’s a blueprint of the home to make things clearer

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Ikea’s Tiny Home Project is all about sustainability: the home has solar panels and composting toilets. The 187-square-foot (17.4-square-meter) Boho XL home is based on Escape’s Vista Boho XL home.

While the Boho XL might be tiny, the price tag isn’t all that small—the Ikea collab home costs around 63,350 dollars, according to Business Insider. Meanwhile, the Vista Boho XL is priced at 47,550 dollars as per Escape’s website. Or 331 dollars per month. However, depending on where you live, this might be much cheaper than getting your own apartment or house. And there’s something to be said about the uniqueness of the home, its style, and eco-friendliness.

Check out the full digital preview of the home right here

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Dobrowolski, the founder of Escape, completed the project for Ikea in less than two months. He told Lonely Planet that the collab was “natural” because they feature a lot of Ikea’s products in their tiny home designs. “They mirror the renewable, reusable, and recycled materials we incorporate into the actual structures.”

Meanwhile, Abbey Stark, Ikea’s senior interior design leader, said that she wanted to “source renewable, reusable, and recycled materials to make the space functional, as well as beautiful.” This is reflected in everything: from the kitchen cupboards made from recycled bottle tops to the sustainably grown pine wood used to panel the interior.

It’s a dream home for anyone who’s eco-minded and constantly on the move. But what about you, dear Pandas? Would you love to live in a home just like this?