The thing about tiny houses is that you get addicted to them. I am addicted to searching for new tiny houses and writing about them, and I am pretty sure that by now you are addicted to reading about what functionalities these micro dwellings have to offer. The tiny house that would be gracing your screens today comes from the famed US tiny house manufacturer MTL (Modern Tiny Living).
Dubbed ‘The Bond’, the 24 feet tiny house is a variation of the company’s Kokosing model. Boasting LP vertical smart sliding, the tiny house features a steel roof and luxury vinyl tile (LVT) flooring. ‘Poplar Tongue and Groove’ has been used for interior construction, while the ‘Modern Chrome’ hardware delivers one of the most elegant finishes to faucets and other home fixtures.
The Bond features a raised living room, which shouldn’t come as a surprise because MTL is renowned for its elevated living room style. The Ohio-based builder however refrain from using the term living room and rather call it a ‘Social Area’ that comes accoutered with a fold-out sofa/bed offering plenty of storage. Not to mention, the shelves and drawers that house other essentials with ease. The social area is also flanked by windows from three sides that allow the room to be light-filled.
Opposite the social area is the kitchen of the tiny house. The fully-functional kitchen includes custom cabinetry and a concrete countertop with a desk that can also function as a workspace. The 30-inch stainless apron sink and propane gas 17-inch oven with a three-burner top are other features the kitchen is clad with. The tiny house kitchen also makes space for a refrigerator and washer/dryer combo unit.
Also Read: Interview With D’Arcy McNaughton, Founder Acorn Tiny Homes
To the extreme end of the shell is the bathroom. Accessed via a barn sliding door, The Bond’s tiny house bathroom has a fiberglass encased shower, toilet, floating shelves, and in-ceiling drop-down cabinet alongside a vanity sink.
The tiny house sleeps five people inside its 24 feet model. I assume it can at least accommodate three in its bedroom loft that features a large king bed and skylight to watch the shimmering stars.