Alphaline Tiny Homes is one of those builders who favor high flexibility. Its portfolio ranges from the most compact mobile studios to the largest dwellings that can come on wheels. Anyone can find something close to their dream house in the Alphaline series. For many, it can be one of the brand's largest models. If the Willow 9000 takes full advantage of its gooseneck structure, the Eden 11000 stands out due to the single-level layout.
This type of configuration equals comfortable access for all ages and categories – there are no dangerous ladders or inconvenient staircases. At the same time, the Eden tiny is designed with subtle separating elements for each area. This way, even if everything is on the same floor, family members can still enjoy privacy.
Spaciousness is also obvious in the bathroom, where a full-size shower with an elegant glass door takes center stage. It's no spa, but this bathroom is as good as what you'd find in most conventional houses.
Despite its generous proportions, Eden is not about above-average accommodation. Some homes on wheels are specifically designed with multiple and versatile sleeping areas so that they can accommodate large families or large groups of guests. Eden comes with one main bedroom and a convertible sofa in the living room, making it suitable for two people (ideally) or four at most. However, its owners would have access to large areas for socializing and enjoying daily activities.
Family dinners are almost always incompatible with tiny living, especially if we're talking about the extended family. That's not the case with Eden. A wonderfully large L-shaped seating corner becomes this home's heart, perfect for family and friend get-togethers and celebrations. The L-shaped kitchen doesn't need a lot of counter space. Instead, it focuses on ample storage. The all-white furniture blends in with the walls and the ceiling, making each room seem bigger.
Here, too, the custom-made furniture is perfectly integrated into the overall décor. Future owners can set up a large TV screen while still getting plenty of storage space inside multiple cabinets.
The main bedroom sits at the opposite end of the house for total privacy. It's fitted with regular-sized windows, placed strategically for optimal air circulation. A huge, comfy bed takes up most of the space, creating the feeling of a cocoon-like sanctuary for rest and relaxation.
Like any true Aussie tiny house, the Eden 11000 embraces the outdoors. The unusual gliding doors made of glass allow it to be completely open. When the weather is right, this modern home becomes an outdoor heaven with no separation between the inside and the outside. There's no need for a deck since the house itself can so easily turn into an outdoor space.
Still, Eden was primarily meant to be a highly comfortable family home, truly equipped for long-term living. The combination of roomy living spaces with an outdoor orientation makes this 36-foot tiny unique. It's all about getting the best of both worlds – the daily luxury of conventional houses and the ultimate freedom of living in the middle of nature.