All tiny home designs developed by Handcrafted Movement display a fresh perspective on minimalist living. They blend a modern exterior with a clean, clutter-free, and luminous interior that is usually accentuated by natural materials and pops of color.
Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, the new City design provides both the freedom of mobility and the same level of comfort you typically get from a permanent residence, which makes it a great option for folks looking to downsize their lifestyle without too many compromises.
At 31 feet (9.4 meters) in length and 10 feet (3 meters) in width, the City model is pretty big but not as big as other designs we’ve seen in recent times. The towable home is one of the largest models built by Handcrafted Movement so far and is offered with certification by PWA as a Park Model RV. It is built on a triple-axle trailer with brakes and road lighting and allows prospective owners to change location as often as they wish, as long as they obtain the necessary permits.
But it’s the interior what really makes this tiny home stand out. The mix of white walls, wide plank oak hardwood flooring, oyster white vertical subway tiles, and brass and matte black hardware throughout add to the overall urban vibe of this dwelling. Large windows and a full-light double entrance door ensure the entire interior is bright and airy.
Apart from the attractive design, this home is also packed full of luxuries that make tiny living convenient and enjoyable. It features a downstairs flex room that can be configured as a private bedroom or home office, an electric fireplace, upgraded appliances, and other modern creature-comforta that offer an upscale tiny living experience.
Upon entering, you’ll be surprised by how spacious the main floor feels. It’s incredible what a big difference the two extra feet in width make. There is no formal separation between the kitchen and the living room, and the openness of the design allows for a continuous flow of atmosphere, which means you can host dinner parties and join in on the fun while cooking.
Designed with sleek, custom cabinetry in a blue/gray hue, Soapstone countertops, and metal and brass accents, the L-shaped kitchen is both stunning and functional. It provides plenty of storage and cooking space ans is equipped with a large sink, a full-size fridge/freezer, and a four-burner LP gas range. Conveniently, the shorter portion of the kitchen counter doubles as a breakfast bar creating an instant eat-in space and maximising the functionality of the space.
At one end of the house, there is a flexible space that is separated from the rest of the house through a modern barn-style door. This room can be used as a groundfloor bedroom, sparing you the inconvenience of having to climb a staircase or ladder to go to bed, or a home office. The room has a small bump-out and the builder configured it as a sleeping space with a double bed and a large closet.
Right beneath the loft is the bathroom of the City model, which is as eye-catching as the rest of the house. It includes a fiberglass shower with tall ceiling, a ceramic bath vanity with sink, a large mirror, and an energy-efficient flush toilet. Though the house does not come standard with a washer/dryer combo, the future owner can add this feature as an option.
The City tiny house on wheels starts at $119,000, a reasonable price for what it has to offer. Its urban design and contemporary layout make it a timeless source of inspiration for those looking to downsize without downgrading their lifestyle.