These are new images of a 16ft EscapeSpace MA that’s finished with a front porch, 8ft sliding glass door, kitchenette, couch, coffee table, desk, and bathroom. It’s really, really nice. Please watch the video tour to really get a full grasp of it.
The EscapeSpace MA is part of ESCAPE’s new line of affordable structures you can customize and put anywhere and use for almost anything. How would you finish yours?
This is the story of Bruce and Lisa’s 35.5-ft tiny house w/ BBQ deck!
There’s almost 400-square-feet of usable space inside including one of the most amazing tiny house kitchens we’ve ever seen, mostly thanks to the double oven! Big thanks to Jenna over at Tiny House Giant Journey for covering this.
This is a rainforest tiny house with a screened-in outdoor kitchen in Pepeekeo, Hawaii. When you first step in through the screen door, you’re in the outdoor kitchen/porch area. Pretty cool, don’t you think?
Step inside this simple little cabin to find a table, bunk beds, a sink, a toilet, and a shower. I bet something similar to this (with your own modifications) can be built pretty inexpensively. This particular tiny cabin, though, is a vacation unit in the rainforest and near Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and available to book via Glamping Hub. Take a look and let me know what you think of it below. How much do you think it would cost you in materials to build something similar to it?
This is the Jam Box Tiny House with a piano kitchen! It’s a vacation tiny home located in the town of Pflugerville, Texas which is just north of Austin. It’s pretty much like a private tiny house resort because you’re literally poolside with waterfalls. Sounds pretty amazing, doesn’t it?
Step inside the tiny house to see your very basic but super awesome tiny poolside retreat. Your kitchenette is also a piano and you’ll also find a living area, main floor bedroom, and your own tiny bathroom. What do you think?
This is a 32-foot gooseneck tiny house with an amazing kitchen, zen bathroom, and it also has an outdoor shower built-in. It’s the 32-foot Lupine Tiny House on Wheels by Wind River Tiny Homes.
One side of this tiny house has plenty of windows plus a sliding glass door while the other side features just one window and the front door. This sort of design could come in handy for a passive solar positioning on your property, what do you think?
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