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This is the Christine Model by La Tiny House in France.

It’s about 19.5 ft. long and features two lofts, one of which is accessible by some cool floating bookshelf stairs. The best part of this home might be the giant wall of windows that lets in tons of natural light.

You can check out details on models and pricing at the La Tiny House website.

Related: Beautiful Tiny Home on Wheels by La Tiny House

Christine Model by La Tiny House in France

Images via La Tiny House

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This is an 890 sq. ft. stone cottage.

It’s located in France and is currently for sale asking €119,000.00.

Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

890 Sq. Ft. Cottage in France

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Planning a summer trip to Europe? Check out this funky gypsy wagon that’s located on a beautiful property in southern France. This cabin is just right for two people staying on a holiday here.

With a small front porch you can enjoy the view of the surrounding property.

Inside the wagon you can see how cozy the bedroom is plus there are a few sitting chairs for reading.

The bathroom is located at the back of the cabin. Outside is a nice gazebo for outdoor cooking.

What do you think of this gypsy wagon? Would you stay in this bed and breakfast?

Gypsy Wagon Bed and Breakfast in France

Gypsy Wagon Bed and Breakfast in France

Images © Airbnb

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Kitoko Studio architects in France have decided to take this old “maid room” in Paris and redesign it into a transforming 86 sq. ft. micro apartment studio.

Normally spaces such as these are so small that people end up using them as storage spaces but with some smart design concepts it has been turned into a nice and affordable living space in France’s capital.

Sliding doors and cabinets reveal a sleeping loft, storage spaces, a pullout staircase, a wardrobe, dining table, and more. Please enjoy and re-share below. Thank you!

86 Sq. Ft. ‘Swiss Army’ Micro Apartment in Paris

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Images © Kitoko Studio/Vimeo/Fabienne Delafray

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If like me you’ve been wanting to see more tiny house communities come to life you’ll probably really enjoy this post (and the videos below).

Because projects like this can serve as a model for any of us to follow or at least learn from to create more tiny living micro communities around the world.

I like the idea of independent ‘micro’ communities created by relatively small groups of people who exchange labor with each other to keep building costs low.

But if you wanted (or the group wanted) the land could also eventually serve as a learning center, farm, sustainable living learning center, etc.

DIY Micro Tiny House Community in France

I encourage you to learn how a group of friends and fellow carpenters built this micro community using very little money and their own labor in a fairy tale forest setting in France:

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