The Boho Duplex Is Two Tiny Homes Merged Into One, Offering A Corridor-Style Home

The Boho Duplex is truly a one-of-a-kind tiny home, as it is actually two homes combined in one. You tend to see a lot of innovative tiny homes on the market, some that extend upwards, while some extend downwards, but Boho is the first of its kind, which combines two houses into one. It is designed by Escape and includes two separate dwellings combined in one shell, complete with separate front doors, and self-contained interiors.

Designer: Escape

Boho Duplex consists of two Vista Boho models that have been harmoniously merged together, end to end. The home is finished in cedar and has a length of 42 feet. This is quite long for a tiny home, although it is not the largest home we’ve come across. When you enter the first home, you are welcomed by a multipurpose living space. A majority of this room is occupied by a bed, integrated storage, and a wall-mounted TV. The space also includes a small sofa and a kitchen area. The kitchen area holds an induction cooktop, fridge/freezer, sink, cabinetry, and washer/dryer, as well as a drop-down desk area to work and dine in. It also includes a well-designed bathroom with a shower, a flushing toilet, and a small sink.

The other section of the tiny home can be accessed via its door. Unfortunately, there is no interior connecting door, which does seem a bit inconvenient. The layout is mirrored, perfectly reflecting the other tiny home, featuring the same multipurpose room with a bed, seating, kitchen, and a bathroom nearby. The Boho Duplex’s layout and design are truly unique and could lead to a whole new genre of tiny homes being created.

Currently, there is no information on the Boho Duplex’s overall price, but information can be gathered by contacting Escape directly.  It seems like an unconventional, yet exciting option for those who want to hop onto the tiny home bandwagon, but are tired of the typical over-saturated designs on the market. The Boho Duplex could be a refreshing change, one that doesn’t sacrifice functionality, utility, and practicality.