A Clever Layout and Coastal Style Make the Paradiso Tiny as Heavenly as It Sounds

The Paradiso is a single-level tiny house designed for coastal living 13 photos
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This fresh, contemporary take on coastal design and beach house styling will make you dream of summer vacations if you weren't doing that already and perhaps even tempt you to start your own tiny house adventure.
With a name like "Paradiso," you expect the best, and this Aussie-designed model doesn't disappoint. A beautiful, practical abode for one owner or a couple, this home on wheels is a flawless blend of Aussie-style functionality and the dreamy, minimalistic décor of a beach house. A modern, fresh layout cleverly creates all the living areas you'd need for long-term accommodation while maintaining a wonderful sense of flow inside and out, defying material limitations and connecting people with nature.

A single-level home on wheels, the Paradiso is all about effortless comfort; each living area inside this home is easy to reach, open yet still private, and they're all seamlessly connected for a sense of fluid mobility. One of the key features is the elegant master bedroom, which is designed as a separate room, yet separated from the rest of the house only via a partial wall; it's emblematic of the elegant interplay between openness and intimacy that defines this design.

Paradiso's ingenious use of space is also reflected in the unusual lounge setup with a built-in sofa that seems to become an extension of the kitchen countertop. It's a smart way to use as little space as possible to add great functionality, as well as a sophisticated touch. Although compact, this sofa offers ample storage underneath as a bonus. Also, a tiny folding table was added instead of the classic coffee tables for the same practical reason. Last but not least, the placement is also strategic, with the sofa facing the home's large glass doors for the best views and maximum light.

The Paradiso
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The Paradiso displays a seamless transition from one end to the other as part of its contemporary, sophisticated, open-plan layout. Together with the calming color scheme in neutral tones and beach-inspired décor, this makes Paradiso seem much bigger than its 8.4-meter (27.5 feet) length. Boasting a little over 20 square meters (215 square feet) of floor space, this single-level tiny home is perfectly suited for a couple,

Large windows are added to open up the house even more to the outside, almost creating an immersive experience for those inside. In the bedroom, they instantly widen the space visually and keep it bathed in natural light throughout the day. In the kitchen, a huge window with a gas strut lift system blurs the lines between the inside cooking area and the exterior deck, creating a wider indoor/outdoor space for entertainment and dinner.

The custom cabinets, available in a wide range of finishes, add massive storage to this small kitchen while maintaining a fresh, clutter-free look overall. A deep sink and full-size appliances (gas or electric, depending on the owner's preferences) turn this into a perfectly equipped cooking space adapted for long-term accommodation. The owners can also further customize it with a full-size pull-out pantry, their preferred finishes, and even a different layout for the cupboards.

The Paradiso
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The bathroom is the only room inside the Paradiso Tiny that's fully enclosed. The full-size walk-in shower with frameless glass screens is a pleasant surprise that instantly makes this bathroom feel luxurious. The contrasting tile is also part of the elegant yet practical design. A flush toilet is included in the standard features, but customers can opt for eco-friendly versions, especially if they plan to go off-grid.

The Paradiso model was specifically built on a special aluminum trailer that's better suited for coastal living in Australia. Although lightweight, it's considered more durable than steel, which makes it a better option for those who want to live close to the beach. This high-quality trailer is the standard option for Paradiso, but future owners are free to go for a classic galvanized steel trailer instead, and that would even save them some money.

Paradiso's smart layout with seamless transitions and greater openness towards the outdoors makes it an ideal choice for those interested in vacation rentals. It would make a wonderful, cozy retreat by the beach for couples; plus, its compact structure means it's easy to move from one location to another and easy to maintain.

The Paradiso
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A complete off-grid package from the same builder could also turn Paradiso into a real self-sufficient oasis away from the concrete jungle – one of the most popular options today when it comes to glamping. Add a mobile solar trailer, a composting toilet, and a water collecting system, and you're ready to enjoy your private Paradiso in the true sense of the word.

Paradiso's price starts at AUD124,000 ($80,500) but can vary significantly due to the wide range of customizations available. Like all the other Uber Tiny Homes creations, it's a great representation of Australian ingenuity in terms of tiny living and its gorgeous natural environment.
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About the author: Otilia Drăgan
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Otilia believes that if it’s eco, green, or groundbreaking, people should know about it (especially if it's got wheels or wings). Working in online media for over five years, she's gained a deeper perspective on how people everywhere can inspire each other.
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