The House OG, built by Eclipse, is a true result of research and development, engineering, and hours of craftsmanship. It's designed for maximum livability within the confines of a 399 Sq. ft. tiny home. Yet, they managed to incorporate quality and elegant architecture amidst the functionality.
Eclipse's company motto is:
To help our customers experience more abundant living without the ongoing, and mundane rituals of home and property maintenance.
They build their homes with tried and true practices, quality materials, longevity with intention to last. They've eliminated the headache of making material selections that just don't work together, as they have their list of customization whittled down to quality materials, that work well and compliment each other, while staying true to customizable.
With the selected construction materials that Eclipse uses to build their homes, virtually eliminates the risk of a fire in your tiny home. Almost all the materials are non combustible, and the extra precautions they've taken in the construction makes these homes very durable.
The Tiny Home living room is open with space for a full couch. The window walls on two sides of the living room open up the home, making it feel grand and spacious. The simple yet elegant tiny house stairs take up very little space, and since they aren't closed in – rather they are see through, they continue to help with the theme of opening up the home to increase the spacious feel.
Unique to the Eclipse is their ceiling, which is a metal corrugated cladding which gives the home a industrial yet homey vibe.
The large kitchen for a tiny home is L shaped with plenty of storage and full size appliances. The farm house sink, mixed with the industrial kitchen faucet blends perfectly with the dark quartz countertops and white cabinets.
The bathroom is stylish, with modern features including vertically stacked large 1' x 3' tile, black modern faucet with a narrow sink to conserve space, and again plenty of natural lighting.
Their patented Smart home features and products are truly incredible, including a full custom solar roof, wireless switches and more. Speeding up construction, saving time and money, while being sustainable for years to come.
They build their homes with tried and true practices, quality materials, longevity with intention to last. They've eliminated the headache of making material selections that just don't work together, as they have their list of customization whittled down to quality materials, that work well and compliment each other, while staying true to customization.
With a heavy focus on sustainability, this brings with it a big upside. The House OG is very energy efficient and will cost you less year over year. Their finished homes have been thoroughly tested and have proved again and again to be safe and environmentally friendly. See full gallery here!
The House OG has a long list of base features and perks, with all kinds of upgrades. Here's a quick list of some of the notable features:
Speaking of saving money and being eco friendly, the solar tiny home will even qualify for Solar tax credits up to $25k!
The House OG is a unique tiny home, and definitely in the runnings if you're looking for a long term livable tiny home. Recognized as a Park Model ANSI 119.5 Certified Tiny Home, it'll fit in perfectly at any mobile home park, making it easy to find a home for your home. But don't confuse this for poor quality. The tiny home has been crafted with care, only using top quality materials. Smart home and Eco-Friendly features aren't just added into the home, rather they are threaded through the home entirely, making it truly a Smart Home.
We personally love the natural light all those windows allow, which really makes the home feel open and spacious. The smooth walls, and juxtaposed to the metal corrugated ceiling really perks my interest, and I find it very amiable. I also like the size of the kitchen – it really looks like a usable kitchen that would be perfect for meal prep. Overall, the simple yet elegant design aesthetic is spot on.