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This couple saw Baluchon’s Sauvage house and wanted one of their own! Dubbed the “little sister” of that design, the Sherpa tiny house is Marie-José and Sylvie’s full-time home.

The home has plenty of large windows, which let natural light flood in and keep the space feeling open. While most tiny homes sacrifice bathroom space, their house has a roomy one, with a walk-in shower stall and an incredible linen closet. What’s your favorite feature of this design?

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Beautiful New Baluchon Build with Gorgeous Teal Cabinets

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Laure needed a tiny house that she could use as an office space for a bit before she moves into the home full-time. Baluchon took on the challenge and created a beautiful tiny home with a large office space that will fit her 34″ screen! She also sews, so they put a fold-down table behind the stairs where she can set up her machine.

Right now, the home has a bathroom and a loft bedroom, but when she moves in full-time, she will install more kitchen appliances. The living room steals the show with floor-to-ceiling windows and a slider that lets in copious amounts of sunshine!

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Gorgeous Office-to-Tiny Home Build

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This Japanese-inspired tiny house on wheels was custom-built for a Baluchon client who needs a home to travel with him for work around the United Kingdom. He loves Japanese architecture and the Bonzai Tiny House reflects that with a curved roof, red and black accents, and a screen door.

The home is just under 15 feet long to make it lightweight and easy to tow for travel. Even with that short height, the home has no loft, but rather a pull-out bed mat that lies on top of the living room floor at night. The kitchen is elevated to allow for lots of drawer storage underneath, and the wet bathroom is open to the rest of the home to keep the space from feeling claustrophobic.

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Japanese-Inspired Tiny House Built for Travel

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As always, Baluchon has delivered a gorgeous custom tiny home to get another happy customer! Coline wanted a 19.5-foot trailer designed with cooking in mind, so her kitchen takes up nearly half the square footage of the first floor. She has an additional flip-up section of counter that doubles as her dining area.

She chose a loft bedroom with a lower landing that allows her to stand up by the bed. The living room has a cozy couch and large windows that are painted a rusty red color on the exterior. Finally, she has a small bathroom with a shower and composting toilet, and a mini wood stove to keep warm. What do you think?

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Tiny Home Designed with Cooking in Mind!

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I’m not sure that we’ve ever seen a Baluchon build with no loft at all, but this new design has all the incredible craftsmanship of a “standard” Baluchon, with the benefit of a multipurpose living room/bedroom that easily transitions from day to night with the use of a comfortable sofa bed. No stairs!

The rest of the home is split between a galley kitchen with a movable table, and a roomy bathroom space. The two-burner cook top is separate from the oven that’s across the kitchen, which allows the chef to look out the window while sauteing onions. In the 3/4 bathroom, you’ll find a single-piece shower stall and a composting toilet. What do you think of this tiny home?

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Multi-Purpose Living Room in This Gorgeous THOW

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Baluchon just keeps surprising us with amazing tiny homes, and this one is the icing on the cake. One of Baluchon’s first extra-wide models, this custom home is almost 11.5 feet wide, allowing for tons of elbow room indoors. There’s pantry space, a linen closet, a built-in dresser, and lots of kitchen cabinets.

While the living room couch becomes a guest bed, there are two additional loft bedrooms. You can get to the smaller one via a set of floating stairs, and the queen-sized loft has a full storage staircase leading up to it. As always, all the finishes inside are top-notch, resulting in a truly luxurious tiny dwelling!

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Extra-Wide Baluchon Tiny Home is One of A Kind

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The Flamenco tiny house is a one-of-a-kind, single-story model, built by Baluchon and available to purchase in Europe. It measures 24′ x 8.5′, and can accommodate up to 4 people. It includes a mezzanine, kitchen, living area, and bathroom. Its base price is $70,000.

This tiny house has a half-circle frame, covered in a curved red aluminum roof. The large entrance bay and half-circle window offer a grand view of the outdoors. The living room features a sofa bed, and the loft serves as a storage space. The bathroom has a dry toilet with a steel bucket and sawdust compartment, as well as a shower. There is also a wardrobe with three large drawers for clothing. The kitchen has an electric oven with cooking plates, a sink, clay blocks for bottles, a refrigerator, a hot water heater, and a work surface. The dining table can seat up to six people by moving it in front of the couch. Do you think you could live in this tiny home?

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225 Square Foot Half-Circle Frame Tiny House with Curved Red Roofing by Baluchon

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It’s always an exciting day when we have a new Baluchon build to show you. This lovely tiny house was built for Claire, a client who is starting a new chapter of her life and calls her home, “The Smell of Rain” in French — that idea of fresh waters falling on formerly parched ground. Beautiful, really!

Claire wanted a very traditional tiny house, with a gable roof and standard living-kitchen-bathroom layout underneath a sleeping loft. But like always, Baluchon elevates the ordinary with beautiful craftsmanship and a pop of color — the barn red roofing and interior cabinets contrast beautifully with the light natural wood tones. What’s your favorite part of this build?

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Barn-Red Cabinets, Roofing & Trim In This Home Sweet Tiny Home

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This Baluchon build makes use of some of the company’s best design features, like their mesh catwalk that allows for sunlight to filter through the house and access between the lofts! Everything looks stunning as usual from Baluchon, and there are special hooks on the exterior for hanging plants.

The living room has a fold-down couch and a hidden projector screen for movie nights. The oak tables fold up or down depending on what’s needed, and there’s a full kitchen perfect for fixing homemade meals. What a beautiful spot.

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Romain and Soizic’s Full-Time Tiny Home from Baluchon

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