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Filmmaker’s 24-ft. Modern Tiny House

Actor and Filmmaker Justin Baldoni commissioned Modern Tiny Living to build him this gorgeous 24 foot THOW named the Ojai.

Inside you’ll find a bright and light interior, with a u-shaped lounge area that transforms into a guest bed. There are huge windows that let in natural light, and built-in bookshelves for trinkets (and books). The galley kitchen features space for a convection oven and gorgeous wood counters.

There’s a standard loft bedroom, and a bathroom complete with a shower stall and flush toilet. To get your own tiny house like this, contact the builder here.

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Justin Baldoni’s 24-ft. Ojai Tiny House on Wheels Built By Modern Tiny Living

The shiplap and weathered wood look stunning.

A mini split keeps the lounge area comfortable.

Plenty of storage underneath.

And now it’s a guest bed.

Look at the grain on the edge of the counters!

Two burner cooktop.

I think this is a soapstone sink!

That chevron door is amazing.

Convection oven space below the burners.

Great staircase with railing to the loft.

A breakfast bar with window views.

Tall ceilings add so much visual space.

I never get tired of mini sinks.

Shower stall.

More shiplap walls and ceilings.

Loft bedroom is light and airy.

VIDEO: OJAI Tiny House Tour


  • “Ojai” model by Modern Tiny Living
  • Galley kitchen
  • Signature lounge area transforms into bed
  • Bedroom Loft
  • Bathroom with shower stall
  • Large farmhouse sink
  • Two burner cooktop
  • Room for convection oven/toaster

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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  • Lee Ann Rorex
    March 19, 2021, 10:25 am

    I love this one. Nothing ground-breaking or clever, but it’s welcoming and homey. I do often wonder how comfortable the storage couches are, though. They look so narrow in depth.

    • Lee Ann Rorex
      March 23, 2021, 8:21 am

      I see now that the side couches are standard depth on the sides. The bench in front of the window is narrow….perfect for cats. 🙂

  • vee
    March 19, 2021, 6:11 pm

    Very attractive — wonderful wood touches, lots of light, clever storage, etc. I especially like that there is a vent above the gas cooktop –! Another very cool tiny home!!!

  • Linda Baker
    March 19, 2021, 7:32 pm

    I often wonder why thow with loft areas and high ceilings don’t have overhead fans to help distribute air both summer and winter – looks pretty standard and I also question the comfort of built in couches/beds – maybe its just me but those stairs look like they are over standard step height so might be hard to navigate for many.

    • James D.
      March 20, 2021, 2:51 am

      Ceiling fans are actually pretty common but like many things not everyone wants one, for various reasons, or they intend to install one themselves… Like note there’s a spot for one with wires sticking out of the ceiling in this one… So the owner’s all set to have one installed…

      Often, when you see something missing, it just means the owner is having it installed later…

      While, as to the couch/bed, the 2 side units unfold to turn this into a bed. So that means they have double the cushion thickness when used as seating and should be a bit more comfortable than your typical one with thin cushion, as the part against the back wall is set…

      Add something like a Froli system, often used in RV’s as a spring system you can have under the mattress that takes up very little space, and maybe replace the cushions with ones a bit thicker and it can be adequately comfortable then… Usually, it’s a question of cost and amount of work to put into it but you don’t necessarily have to go the expensive custom furniture route to get a good couch/bed that’ll still fit perfectly into a tiny space, and still have storage…

  • Peggy
    March 20, 2021, 5:16 pm

    Looked at the gallery and I’m impressed. Enough variety to satisfy most, especially with those small touches which can be adapted to individual wants. Workmanship is consistently good. Not sure if your market is large enough to develop a few more main floor beds. The Boomers are mid-seventies and finding themselves without partners, reduced income, with balance and reduced mobility issues. Yet, they still want to be independent but in a ‘community’ for socializing and transportation sharing. Of course, a loft for grandkids too. Maybe a few models with various Murphy bed styles. Website gives a wealth of pictures and info.

  • Peggy
    March 20, 2021, 5:27 pm

    Forgot to mention: I’m in cold climate, so having the kitchen and bath area raised rather than the living space, would stop plumbing from freezing during those short but really cold spells. It would also be beneficial for longevity of batteries if stored in this area.

  • Marsha Cowan
    March 20, 2021, 9:23 pm

    Really lovely! I love the lounge area, and the cables on the stair and landing add a nice touch. It’s a pretty cool kitchen, too. I never get tired of the tiny sinks; they are adorable! Wood and white. Classic!

  • Erica Carter
    March 30, 2021, 5:38 am

    I am interested in this.

  • February 19, 2022, 7:46 pm

    What a lovely, livable design! Just my personal preference, but I cannot stand mini-sinks in bathrooms, as I find them much too small to be really functional. But then that’s just me at age 72. These comments are respectfully submitted. Stephan of Arkansas

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