The fact that the company's founder and owner, Pam Robertson, has been an active board member of Tiny Home Alliance Canada since 2018 speaks volumes. Prior to that, she was also President of the organization. Pat's expertise and reputation are at the heart of this popular tiny house company, with a name inspired by the famous Sunshine Coast in British Columbia.
All of the brand's models share the same standard features, apart from different sizes and layouts. Most importantly, a high degree of customization is what makes each model unique, memorable, and ultimately the dream home for each specific owner. Coastal Escape is the smallest in the range, specifically designed for solo living.
A versatile layout means that the Coastal Escape can style its 267 square feet (24.8 square meters) of living space in multiple ways, with remarkable results every time. The custom version shown here combines a masculine, bold approach with boho-chic details. It feels more like a luxury apartment on wheels, perfect for someone with refined taste and an appreciation for excellent craftsmanship.
Although compact, this home's kitchen is ultra-sophisticated. The double sink, the beautiful countertops with a herringbone pattern, and the premium appliances add a glamorous touch. The galley design is the perfect option for dwellings such as this one, with length limitations, taking advantage of the width instead. In this particular case, stainless steel appliances, including a full-size fridge and a microwave convection oven, are perfectly integrated with Ikea cabinets for a contemporary, luxurious look.
Coastal Escape's open floor plan creates the illusion of wider, uninterrupted spaces. There's nothing blocking the view from the living room, which makes it the perfect place for relaxation. The same thing applies to the loft bedroom – there's no partial separation wall nor a handrail that could create harsh lines and obstruct the views either from above or downstairs.
There's only one discrete door separating the bathroom from the rest of the house. And what an elegant bathroom this is – equipped with a freestanding bathtub and high-end fixtures. There's even extra room for storage. A spa-like bathroom is not the kind of feature you'd expect to find in a house this size, but it works great for this custom Coastal Escape tiny.
As an abode for solo living, this tiny didn't require a separate dining nook. It used the old trick of elongating the kitchen countertop so that it can double as a convenient snack bar, with a simple bar stool right by the front entry. It's an elegant solution that takes up minimal space.
Another fun and unexpected addition is the modern fireplace in the living room. Once again, the Coastal Escape shatters size limitations and proves that even the smallest rooms can flaunt maximum sophistication – the wall-mounted fireplace instantly elevates this tiny living room.
Pricing for the standard Coastal Escape starts at CAD 130,500 ($95,300), but this stunning custom version proves that there are no limits to what you can achieve with the help of clever, contemporary styling. This beautiful design remains a timeless source of inspiration.