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Oasis: Paradise Tiny Home Built for Island Life

Talk about your own little piece of paradise: This tiny home, named the Oasis, is built by Paradise Tiny Homes in Hawaii (but they will ship to the states if you pay shipping).

The home includes a magical sky-lit shower, a “mango bar” connecting the kitchen with outdoor dining, and one of the biggest round picture windows I’ve ever seen! But the best part, for me, is the stunning blue tile in the kitchen and bathroom.

You can enjoy the photo tour and video tour below, and contact the company to order your very own Oasis here. It costs $112,000. Enjoy!

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This THOW Has a Hammock Loft!

Check out that board and batten siding, and mango bar!

The tropical blue tile looks stunning against the white paint.

Enjoy the island breeze with this open-up window.

Tropical plants and a skylight in the shower.

A curved stairwell takes you to the loft bedroom.

That giant round window is definitely the signature feature of the house.

Swap the chairs out for a cozy couch.

This one even has an epic loft hammock!

And the bubble windows are purrrfect for kitties.

Bedside sconces are great for midnight reading.

Lovely view from the bedroom.

Just hanging!

VIDEO: Oasis Tiny Home by Paradise Tiny Homes

(Note: Different interior finishes than the one pictured above)


  • Dimensions-
  • Body Length: 24
  • Shower bump-out 3′
  • Circle Window bump-out 1′
  • Width: 8′
  • Height: 14′
  • Trailer: Custom 8×24′
  • Deck: 10’x12′
  • Kitchen: 8’x8′
  • Living Room/Entrance w/Staircase: 12’x8′
  • Loft: 8’x8′
  • Bathroom: 4’x8′ +
  • Kitchen Ceiling Height: 7′
  • Loft Wall Height: 3′
  • Loft Floor to Center Ceiling Beam: 4′
  • Deck: 8’x12′
  • Structure-
  • Framing: Wood
  • Siding: Board and Batten
  • Roof: Corrugated metal- Clear roofing above the shower
  • Ceiling: Vaulted/A-frame living room and bathroom.
  • Curved above entrance and loft.
  • Exposed beams.​
  • Interior-
  • 260 Square Feet
  • Stairs: Oversized 15″ step height, Fridge built-in
  • Flooring: Vinyl,
  • Kitchen Counter: 7’x2′ X2
  • 3/4 Bathroom: Shower, Sink, Toilet
  • Appliances: 3/4 size fridge, Washer/Dryer Combo,
  • Range, On-demand Water Heater
  • Windows: One large focal point window with a dining bar (living room), two large kitchen windows that open entirely.
  • $112k Includes:​​​
    • Custom Tiny Home Trailer
    • Deck
    • Three Roof Pitches (curved & A-frame)
    • Skylight Above Shower
    • Custom 6 Drawer Storage Bedframe
    • Custom Kitchen Cabinetry
    • Custom Storage Staircase
    • Custom Countertops
    • Washer/Dryer Combo
    • Air Conditioning
    • Large Living Room Picture Window bump out-Tiled
    • Breakfast Bar at Picture Window
    • Tiled Shower
    • Curved Sliding Glass Shower Door
    • Tiled Kitchen Backsplash
    • Outdoor Mango Bar
    • Mango Wood Accents & Shelves
    • Sleeping Loft
    • Fridge
    • On-demand Propane Water Heater
    • Range
    • Kitchen Sink
    • Standard Flush Toilet
    • Bathroom Vessel Sink
    • Vinyl Flooring
    • Awning Kitchen Windows
    • Lighting Fixtures
    • Ceiling Fan
    • Bathroom Fan
    • Furnished by designer
    • Plumbing
    • Electric

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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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{ 5 comments… add one }
  • merryl
    October 28, 2020, 9:40 am

    I wouldnt recommened taking a nap in that hammock.Any wrong move and down you go.

  • Elizabeth A. Rubio
    October 28, 2020, 8:14 pm

    Spectacular! Besides the tiles, the bright blue sofa caught my eye!

    • Natalie C. McKee
      October 29, 2020, 12:54 pm

      Yes it’s such a nice piece! I tend to go for neutrals but then I see homes like this and think I need more color!

  • Linda K Keating
    August 24, 2021, 2:25 pm

    What are the available options for securing land to park tiny home in Hawaii.

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