I’ve often been asked, why I speak so highly of tiny houses when they are basically a shack, sometimes on wheels. I second the thought but when a shack on wheels offers you mobility, saves footprint, and consumes less energy, I’d definitely buy one. Modern Tiny Living’s (MTL) One Particular Harbour tiny house is no shack; but rather a gorgeous 24-feet dwelling that you’d love to live inside.
Boasting an LP vertical smart siding with an aluminum accent panel in its exterior, the tiny house has luxury vinyl tile (LVT) flooring and poplar tongue and groove-finished interior walls that add charm to the beautiful layout. One Particular Harbour features a convertible social area, a fully outfitted designer kitchen, a custom-tiled bath, tons of storage, and a private king loft.
As you enter inside, an open area with a window greets you, unlike most tiny houses, it does not have a sofa or a television right in front of the door. MTL gives you the option to choose whether you’d like to head to the convertible social area/living room or the kitchen flanking the entrance.
If you want to explore the social area first, you have to climb a step because the tiny house features a raised living room with custom cushions. The colorful upholstery instantly grabs your attention but it’s the bookshelves, eight storage drawers alongside subfloor storage that is the real USP of the tiny house.
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On the other side, we have a spacious designer kitchen where multiple people can work together and prepare a meal. Some of the notable highlights from the kitchen are the two-tone cabinetry, concrete countertops, and subway-tile backsplash. Not to mention, the kitchen also includes appliances ranging from a gas oven with a four-burner cooktop to a full-size fridge.
There is a storage-integrated staircase opposite the kitchen area leading to the loft section. Offering plenty of storage, it includes a wardrobe, drawers, and open shelves. The metal handrail nicely contrasts the white stairs. Interestingly, there is an unusual protection gate at the bottom, but I’d don’t like this feature much as it isn’t offering much other than prohibiting toddlers to access the stairs.
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The loft bedroom is designed to ooze peace and calm through its simple yet elegant aesthetics. It’s not cluttered with shelves and cabinets and only features a king-size bed with a bookshelf.
The bathroom of the tiny house is located on the main floor on the other end. Accessed via a sliding barn door, the bathroom includes a mini sink, floating shelves, a shower, and a toilet. Needless to say, One Particular Harbour is a neat, tidy, and amazing tiny house on wheels.