Beautiful Tiny House with Floating Staircase & Charming Interior Design – Full Tour
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In this video we’re checking out a 27 foot long tiny house on wheels with a unique floating staircase and a beautiful interior design that incorporates lots of local art and thrifted pieces. The tiny house is parked in a stunning setting on one of the oldest peach farms in the Niagara region of Canada, and it’s set up as a place where people can come to reconnect with nature.
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The living room has a beautiful mustard yellow couch that converts into a futon for a guest bed, or for people who don't feel comfortable sleeping in a loft due to fear of heights, claustrophobia, or the barrier to accessibility caused by a staircase.
The kitchen has an induction cooktop, a small oven, sink, microwave, a bar fridge and plenty of counter space for food preparation and cooking. It also has vintage finds everywhere you look, which immediately adds character and makes you feel at home.
The bathroom is minimalist on purpose to give guests as much space as possible. There's a regular flush toilet, a small sink, and an apartment-sized shower stall.
Between the kitchen and living room is an enamel-top table with the rear legs cut off so that the table fits over the wheel well. It can be used as a dining space or as a work space.
The tiny house is connected to the electrical grid and uses A/C in the summer and 3 small space heaters in Spring and Fall.
To find out more about the tiny house giveaway, you can visit:
Win a Custom Tiny Home Worth Up to $100,000
The builder of the custom tiny house in the giveaway is Modern Tiny Living:
And the charity we're raising money for is PATH:
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Mat & Danielle
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After I stop travelling, this would be a dream home to settle into 👍
We don’t see a choice in traveling anymore, what do we do as RVers when you can’t purchase anything including fuel unless you have to be vaccinated/microchipped? We do not consent to that, therefore how will travel be possible?
Yay got here early with my popcorn ready for tiny home goodness!
Love it so inviting and the fact that you can bring your animal is something important. Great decoration and imagination with the design and furnitures. Wish I can be there right Now! Thanks for this nice visit!
You can check out the tiny house and follow Britney here:
And find out more about the Omaze tiny house giveaway here:
Ok I can totally see myself laying in that hammock with my 2 little dogs knitting for hours! I hope a basket weaving lesson could be provided for an additional fee!
This house looks very pleasant, definitely it will attract everybody.
That staircase is just asking for an accident.
I want to see her climb it. It’s pretty, but totally impractical. The spacing between steps is massive.
How do you figure?
Maybe ladders would be better…
Just stayed here and the stairs aren’t a problem at all 🙂
I love that outdoor living space, and that staircase might be the coolest tiny home staircase I’ve seen yet!
Makes me feel a bit safer when I see the railing, looks very sturdy.
A touch of nostalgia overcomes me – it’s right on the doorstep of my birth place, St. Catharines. Our house was just a few blocks down on the corner of Vansickle road and what was then Welland Vale Road. Back in 1960.
3:10 3 goats + a sheep for the stairs sounds like a rip-off 😁😁
I also thought that
Them stairs are a deathtrap just waiting to happen
No more than the ladders in many. A mentality of a generation where everything is baby proofed. Thus they grow up not learning. Our parents and grandparents did not have baby proofing. They fell. They learned. They grew up and gave birth to us. And here we are the new generation, the baby-proofed environment generation, who have not learned to be aware of one’s surroundings as them.
I remember a joke, which has a lot of truth in it — in the previous generation those who learn and are wise survive. Those who are fools and stupid are eliminated. Whereas in today’s generation, the fools are protected and they grow up to be amongst us, ready to sue every little thing where they feel they are not protected enough in.
First, you mixed up two different expressions. Second, how do you figure?
Clunk, thump thump thump… THUD!
Just stayed here and the stairs are totally fine 🙂
I have that same sofa, same color too. I love it. Got it on amazon for $246 2 years ago when I moved into a super tiny apartment. Now I have a big house and I still love that sofa. She did a great job on the layout and design. Awesome spot to be on too, a peach farm?! Lucky!
Britney, I love the style of the decor. Its so cute and comfortable.
I LOVE this tiny house!!!
This is a tiny house from Niagara falls and the contest from Omaze is for the US citizens only. I really wanted to participate. I wish there will be one for Canada.
Hi Isabelle, thanks for your comment. Unfortunately this giveaway is only for US residents but we still thought it was a nice opportunity for someone to get a tiny house and support a great cause. If we share more giveaways in the future we will try to find some that include Canadians. Thanks for watching! 🙂
Three goats and a sheep 😀 Barter trade at it’s finest, he he
I would have liked a demonstration of going up and down the stairs.
This tiny house is insanely beautiful!
Nice clean home. Love the exterior paint colours. LOVE the vintage touch. Thank you for sharing ❤️🇦🇺
You are so welcome!
I’m beyond confused why there is so much hate in response to this video! Beautiful home and great video as always! <3
@superCappy27 I see now, thanks.
Maybe it’s because of the daughter’s unusual fashion choice to dress like The Trunchbull from Matilda, and the fact that most of her sentences start with “I…” 🤔
I’m not hating.. I just don’t get it. It’s just a bad tiny house build in my opinion, and it seems like others agree. It’s cute… but extremely basic.
It’s because it costs 100k that’s why
Why they feel obligated to do that, I don’t know either. No one is forcing them to use the stairs or go there, why make the negative comments?
“I got these from an antique auction–and they’re not matching–and I like that.” If only more women would say that about how their men treat things, like clothing.