Best Move-In Ready Luxury Tiny Homes: Customise Your Sustainable Modular House

Jun 7, 2024

Having a tiny home, doesn’t mean living a tiny life. With EOScale you can design your own home, to fit whatever your needs are – whether that’s sustainability, luxury, smart devices, extra space for the kids, or an indoor garden – they do that.

Tiny homes are so cool - they convinced me to come out of retirement, and get back into construction.

The truth is, I just needed a little structure... Of course, you don't need to build them to benefit, you can still plan your own, every step of the way from the ground up. Just try the free configurator tool from EOScale, and it's super easy. You can try it right now at

What the configurator does is let you design your own home - and I don't mean just picking the colours. Modern tiny homes can offer you more options than you can shake a stick at, and that's important, because you're home should be unique, not a cookie-cutter copy.

I'll tell you how to make that a reality, easy-peasy, but first let's back up, and take it from the beginning.

Tiny Homes Of Today

Tiny homes have been all the rage for nearly a decade now among certain people, but they never really hit the mainstream, and there's a reason for that. It's the same reason many amazing ideas are developed, but may not become common practice for years after their design... sometimes, they just aren't ready yet.

A decade ago, that was likely the case, but today's Tiny Homes are more than ready for the big-time, they're ready for me, and I have high standards. The trick is to make sure your tiny home hits 3 key points - and I'll tell you how to do it, it's simple.

  1. Designed For You, With Customised Options
  2. Built sustainably, efficiently, and Smart, to reduce the environmental impact.
  3. Built to last, and let you live a comfortable, luxurious life - not one crammed in a little box.

Does that sound like a lot? Personally, I think it used to be nearly impossible to get all 3 in one home, but now.. no problem.

Sustainable Luxury - It's A Thing

There's something we need to clear up here - luxury doesn't have to mean private jets and super yachts. It can mean beautiful custom finishes, high-quality designs, top-tier furniture choices, the list goes on.

What's important is what means luxury to you - and when it comes to your home, most of those things can fit just fine in a tiny home...

The trick with a tiny home is careful planning for maximum efficiency - and with the right plan, there's no reason you can't have almost all of the same luxuries, with a much smaller footprint and a fraction of the cost.

Maximizing Efficiency, The Smart Way

When you're designing a tiny house from the ground up, with an eye to efficiency, you can manage some absolutely amazing things that would never work for a standard house.

Part of this is because the tiny homes are built with what I consider to be "space-age" technology, because it's more efficient, compact, insulating, and affordable, while also taking up less space, and consuming fewer resources, than a typical house.

The other part though, is all about smart planning - and the configurator tool can make that pretty easy too. It lets you pick the smart features you want, and ignore the ones you don't.

Do you want solar panels?

What about a battery backup?

How about a super-efficient heat pump, and even a heat recovery system?

With just a few clicks, you can have any or all of those selected for your own tiny home - and the EOScale design team will worry about how to make it all fit, so you don't have to.

I still haven't told you my favourite part though.

Drop Off & Move In

When you're building a new house, you generally have to assume it's going to take a few years - no matter what the construction company says.

That's the time it takes to build the frame, install plumbing, wiring, heating, insulation, blah blah blah. Then you have to start on the inside, cupboards, painting, floors, furniture, it's a long, long process - though to be fair, you do get a whole new house at the end.

What if you could do all that faster and a lot easier?

Yes, my favourite part about EOScale is that their houses aren't just small, sustainable, and great to live in - they're ready as soon as they're dropped off.

I mean, you may need to unfold a few things, and take off some plastic covers - but when they drop it off, you're not waiting months for the painters and furniture, you just walk right in.

Here's an excerpt I stole from their website, that explains a bit, “As Europe steers towards a greener, more sustainable future, modular homes are not just a trend but a fundamental part of the solution. The horizon is indeed promising for modular homes in Europe, offering an inspiring vision of housing that is efficient, eco-conscious, and tailored to the needs and aspirations of its residents.”

The future is bright - it's also full of tiny, luxurious, personalised homes, built the way you want them.

Don't take my word for it, take a look at the tiny homes, try out the free configurator, and see for yourself. It's easy at

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