New Atlas writer Adam Williams is impressed with the latest tiny home offering from Escape Homes. Reminiscent of a classic cabin, this 315-square-foot model is wrapped in cedar lap siding, features flower boxes, window panes, and a screened front door.
A dozen large, opening windows stream light throughout the tiny home which features a first floor queen-size bedroom, kitchen with full-size refrigerator, large kitchen table, living area, full-size bath and upstairs loft/bedroom. A vintage ceiling fan highlights the peaked ceiling and a barn door leads from the living area to the first floor bedroom.
“This is our most classic design yet,” says Escape Homes founder Dan Dobrowolski. “The vintage oak floors, butcher block kitchen table and counters, and built-in bookshelves conjure up images of that family cabin that generations have enjoyed.”