Take a peek inside the Vista ESCAPE Traveler

Tiny homes are capable of doing monumental things despite their minute square footage, and the Vista from innovative tiny home and RV company ESCAPE Traveler is no exception. 
The Vista Fact Sheet describes this 160-square-foot sanctuary as a "private space that is both sheltering and directly connected to nature" because of its sturdy design accented by plenty of large windows for a panoramic view. This tiny home is able to withstand both extreme heat and bitter cold, allowing to you achieve a state of repose no matter the weather.
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In a press release, ESCAPE Homes founder Dan Dobrowolski explains: “We call them ‘Personal Homes’ because, like the personal computer and personal desk assistant, these are truly personal spaces designed to be adaptable to each person’s individual needs.” As such, the Vista is completely customizable — in terms of building materials, type of glass used, and the option to upgrade to Vista XL (which allows for a larger bathroom that can fit a washer and dryer), the only limitation is your imagination.
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As you can see in the image below, the abundance of windows makes the interior feel open and airy. ESCAPE Traveler affectionately refers to the space as a "glass cocoon," an apt description for the way the Vista shelters its inhabitants and allows them to shed their stresses and undergo a metamorphosis within its nurturing structure.
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ESCAPE RV/Steve Niedorf
Even as you do the dishes, you are treated to a view of the outdoors. It's also worth nothing that the shelving — while practical for storing dishes and other items — proudly displays each object as a work of art.
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A quick peek inside one of the many cabinets illustrates the level of thought that went into the design. These hooks are perfect for hanging dish towels or aprons, making sure to utilize every inch.
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But in all seriousness, look at how many cabinets are included in this kitchen. Not even the amount of envy this tiny home sparks could fill all the compartments.
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There are even mini shelves tucked between the sleeping area and the kitchen for additional —and adorable — storage options.
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The day bed nook can accommodate a full or queen sized mattress and the panoramic view allows you to bask in the glory of nature without even getting out of bed.
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However, if you feel the need to plug in, a TV pops up from a secret side panel.
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Under the bed, the drawers are large enough to house extra bedding or clothing.
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The table is crafted from sturdy butcher block, durable enough for mealtime, worktime, and playtime.
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At the opposite end of the Vista is the bathroom, complete with a clouded glass door for privacy.
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The bathroom does not feel cramped, and the shelves are perfectly suited to hold your towels and toiletries.
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The shower stall is perfectly spacious as is, but the Vista XL allows for a bathtub/shower combo.
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One last look into those impossibly spacious and swoon-worthy cabinets. 
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Best of all, the Vista is a RVIA Certified Travel Trailer, meaning it can go with you whereve your travels may lead.
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