This is to announce and show you the XL ONE XL Tiny House from Escape. It’s the biggest ONE XL they’ve ever built and you can see it here (it’s wider, taller, and longer than the standard ONE XL).
There are some photos of it straight out of the factory that you can see below, and also a video tour of it. By the way, if you’re reading this before June 5, 2020, you can save $5,900 on it. More info on that and more below.
In this post, you’ll get to tour and learn more about this awesome tiny house that expands all the way to more than 340-sq.-ft. of living space (yet it can still be towed legally on the highway once the slide-outs are put back in) thanks to Exploring Alternatives. This home is currently used as a tourism operation and it features a murphy bed, combo washer dryer, large kitchen, lots of storage, a 3-person couch, and more.
Instead of letting a messy break-up break her down, or living in her rarely-used apartment, Chrissie chose to go tiny!
She started off as a van-lifer, but the vehicle wasn’t mechanically sound, so she later opted for an awesome box truck that she has been turning into “home” for the past 3 years. It’s allowing her to save up for a family home sometime down the road.
While the pandemic has put her and her boyfriend’s Great Australian Road Trip on hold, the couple dream of spending some time away from their Brisbane day jobs soon enough and quenching their wanderlust in Chrissie’s DIY Tuck Home. We got the awesome chance to interview Chrissie (@brisbanegirlinavan on Instagram) about her truck life, so be sure to check out our Q&A with her at the end of the post!
The exterior is a mix of sealed cedar and metal siding which creates a lovely contrast. Inside has the very-popular white shiplap siding, white subway tile, and light wooden butcher block counter tops/floors. It has a loft bedroom, secondary storage loft and bathroom with a flush toilet. For more information or to make a purchase, head over to the Facebook Marketplace listing here.
Meet the Karg Cabin — an eco-friendly off-grid cabin powered by the sun. It’s unique and compact design makes it great for an office, guest house, or micro home!
These honeycomb-shaped structures are built in Estonia and created from natural materials: wood, wool insulation, and straw panels. There are three varieties: The Karg cabin, the Karg sauna, and the Karg mini.
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