With proper planning and a good design idea, a tiny home can look amazing and be very practical at the same time. That’s exactly what you can expect from the Oasis Tiny Home designed by Ellie and Dan Madsen of Paradise Tiny Homes. This lovely little structure measures 24’L x 8’W x 14’H and is built on a custom 24′ trailer. The interior space adds up to 260 square feet which is definitely not a lot but you’d be surprised at how airy and spacious this place actually feels.
This lovely house design is created by Paradise tiny Homes and is absolutely charming in every way
It definitely helps that there’s an exterior wooden deck which acts as a sort of extension of the indoor living area. It has a little bar with an awning in front of the window and two bar stools, with some extra space for more furniture like a lounge chair and a small table. Inside there’s a kitchen with wide windows that can be fully opened, one of which is actually facing the outdoor bar we just mentioned.
The house has a wooden frame and corrugated metal roof sections which form A-frame nooks and a taller curved volume at the center
The high ceilings create a breezy and airy atmosphere inside and the floor plan is designed in a very practical manner which takes advantage of every little bit of space. The cozy living area has a big round window with a sleek breakfast bar running across it. It’s a wonderful source of natural light and it frames the view in a cool and interesting way.
Various windows of different shapes and sizes are strategically scattered in different areas of this tiny houseThe focal point of the main interior space is a large circular window with a breakfast bar running across it
A set of custom stairs with storage built into them make their way up over the kitchen fridge to offer access to the loft area which is a perfect little bedroom with a curved ceiling and long and wide windows placed at the perfect height. The last space inside this tiny house is the bathroom which has a nice shower with a skylight and a small circular window plus a rectangular one on adjacent walls, framing the corner sink area. All of the elements combined make this tiny house a gorgeous little retreat.
The loft bedroom has a curved ceiling with exposed beams and two elongated windows on opposite walls
There’s not a lot of storage space in the loft area but that can be easily solved with custom furnitureThe bathroom is small but has enough space for a shower and a corner sink areaOne of the large kitchen windows opens up to an outdoor bar out on the deckThe two windows in the kitchen can be opened up fully to let in light and fresh airThe lounge area is small and cozy and enjoys a bright and airy decor thanks to the A-frame ceiling and large windowsThe transition between the indoor spaces and the exterior deck is made easy and seamlessWhen open, this kitchen acts as an awning for the bar out on the deckThe bathroom has a shower skylight and two small windows which give it an outdoor-inspired feelAlthough small, this house has tons of character and a very well balanced and thought through design