ESCAPE Vista's open floor plan features a light, airy kitchen that contains all the comforts of home. Maple cabinetry offers plenty of storage in this tiny home, while modern, stainless steel appliances offer all the conveniences to which homeowners are accustomed-a sink, under-counter fridge/freezer and a cooktop. At the rear of the space, the kitchen and dining area leads to a full bathroom that is separated from the living space by a solid core pine door that has been frosted for privacy.
This modern tiny home uses wall to wall windows to make the space feel large and bright. Light colored maple wood makes up the floors, ceilings and cabinets and reflects the natural light of the outdoors, giving the space an open feeling.
This modern, maple butcher block kitchen table and chairs blend seamlessly into the ESCAPE Vista's light, open design. This table and chairs set is also moveable, offering a flexible floor plan in this small space.
The lakeside setting of this Colorado garden provides a stunning backdrop for visitors to enjoy. The use of native plants throughout the garden creates a seamless integration to the landscape beyond the property.
This ESCAPE Vista is clad in cedar vertical siding and cedar trim with steel accent and protective panels, offering a rugged exterior that blends beautifully with its surroundings. Its rugged exterior is durable enough to handle extreme heat or cold, while still maintaining its elegance.
Although the ESCAPE Vista is small in size, it is big on storage space. These expansive maple built-in cabinets gives owners plenty of space to easily house kitchen appliances, clothing, linens and more.
Glass doors slide to open the inviting living room up to the exterior deck, which enjoys views of the surrounding wine country of Sonoma County. The homeowners also maintain a home in Tokyo, and the Japanese tradition of wabi-sabi, or the art of embracing imperfection, is at play in elements throughout the home, such as the stacked stone feature wall surrounding the modern fireplace.
Heavy columns were removed and replaced with thin steel columns during renovation to better expose the inside to the sweeping vistas beyond the property. The patio is now edged with raised planters featuring native plants and an infinity hot tub from which to enjoy the views.
Woven wicker furniture in a dark finish contrast with the light stone columns and neutral tile in this second floor, outdoor living room with a stunning view of an ocean vista. The blue fire glass in the fire table is the perfect accent color to bring a coastal feel to the space.