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Ondine Tiny House on Wheels by Baluchon

This is the Ondine Tiny House on Wheels by Baluchon.


It features a side entry and large dormers to give you extra spaciousness in the loft. What do you think? Could this be a design that you can live in year-round?

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Ondine Tiny Home on a Trailer by Baluchon

© Baluchon


© Baluchon

Highlights

  • Sleeps two
  • Built in 2017
  • Built for customer who will also use it to work from home as a masseuse
  • Two lofts (one for storage and one as the bedroom)
  • Japanese-inspired style
  • Large wardrobe
  • Dickinson wood stove for heat
  • Gas cooker in the kitchen
  • Gas refrigerator
  • Gas water heater
  • Wall mounted washing machine (above toilet)
  • The customer plans to live in it year-round

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Resources

  1. http://www.tinyhouse-baluchon.fr/nos-tiny-houses/tiny-house-ondine/

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  • Diana January 10, 2018, 9:27 pm

    What kind of washing machine is that?

    • James D. January 11, 2018, 1:06 am

      Basically, just a really small washer…

      For specifics of operation, the Daewoo Mini has a 3 water star rating, 1 energy star rating, 2.0 KG capacity, weighs 16.5 kg, 550mm width x 292mm depth x and 600mm height.

      Key features include wall mounted, inverter motor (700 rpm max spin speed), star drum (shape of interior is suppose to make it more gentle on the cloths), 6 wash programs, and 80°C Steam Wash… Uses about 29L per wash, all electric it averages 253 kWh per year for warm washes or 11 kWh per year for cold washes.

  • Kathy January 10, 2018, 11:05 pm

    I need the name of that washer! Why does the EU always have the best stuff! Srsly tho, I do love the house as well. I like that it has so much storage, and love the split in the way storage is used under the stairs. The kitchen is quite adequate in terms of appliances, but I think it needs a fold down counter added, maybe on the back of the bathroom door? I love the look of the living area, so uncluttered and restful looking. Unfortunately, personally I was not born to tatamis and would need a sofa. 🙂 Nice job as always Baluchon!!

    • James D. January 11, 2018, 12:52 am

      It’s the Mini from Daewoo (DE – Daewoo Electronics), a wall mountable, front loading, mini electric drum washer…

  • Tom Osterdock January 11, 2018, 3:19 am

    I do like the outside appeal of the trailer and the stairs are the type I like since you climb the stairs in roughly half the space. That is the type I am planning. Europe always has had small appliances and spaces for people. US is always in love with bigger is better. We are just starting to think like the rest of the world.

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