As the brand's largest model so far, Coastal packs a great deal of luxury amenities paired with generous accommodation. Designed with a classic loft bedroom and a flexible downstairs space that can easily be configured as an additional bedroom, this tiny is perfectly comfortable for up to four people. It even includes a lovely dining area that you rarely see with tiny homes and abundant storage, cleverly integrated throughout.
The beautiful white exterior with taupe accents, oozing the understated elegance of typical coastal homes, reveals a harmonious interior highlighted by the same color palette. The white walls, together with the oak hardwood floors in a natural shade, create a warm ambiance with a fresh vibe. The brass and matte black hardware throughout add a glamorous touch.
The kitchen is truly luxurious, although deceivingly simple. The gorgeous marble countertops, with stylish brass and metal accents, are the perfect complement to the premium appliances. A four-burner LP gas range with an exterior vented hood fan and a two-door energy-efficient fridge are the main additions.
What makes this kitchen particularly elegant is the integration of ample storage without clutter. Too many shelves and overhead cabinets can sometimes make a tiny kitchen seem cluttered and even smaller. That's not the case with Coastal.
Everything is kept to a minimum and discretely integrated so that it takes almost no space at all. The lounge and the dining area are also able to "breathe" without extra storage solutions. As for the main floor bedroom, everything is neatly hidden behind a sliding door. This is what makes Coastal seem larger, more luminous, and ultimately more comfortable.
Elegant sliding doors blend in with the walls, creating the illusion of vast, uninterrupted spaces. Behind one of them, there's a large room that can be used as a main-floor bedroom or home office. It even includes a large built-in closet that seems to be almost hidden – it offers ample storage for clothing without making the room feel smaller.
A classic staircase leads to the loft bedroom in the back. It's big enough for a queen-sized mattress, with a single window and discrete lighting. A beautiful separating wall creates privacy for both the loft bedroom and the dining nook downstairs.
Perhaps one of the most inviting spots inside the Coastal tiny, this dining area is cleverly placed in front of a large window. Up to four people can gather around the decent-sized table and enjoy the views without overcrowding the kitchen.
The beautiful Coastal is built on a 31-foot (9.4 meters) triple-axle trailer and is PWA-certified as a Park Model RV. It's currently up for grabs, with an asking price of $129,000. For $2,200 extra, future owners can also get a washer/dryer unit installed. A lovely exterior porch with an awning, both made of cedar, would cost an extra $3,900.
The Handcrafted Movement homes typically range between $95,000 and $160,000, are PWA certified, and can be delivered across the US. Although it's their biggest model so far, the Coastal tiny isn't their most expensive home. Still, it looks and feels luxurious thanks to the skillful combination of high-quality amenities and an elegant, contemporary style. Inspired by coastal living, this beautiful home is meant to be timeless.