This Baluchon build was created for Estelle, Gaëtan and their cat Mina, who live in this tiny house all year round in Loire-Atlantique, France. The couple chose a design with two connected lofts in case they ever add a baby to their family!
The 20-foot trailer includes everything you could want for a little family — a compact living space, a kitchen with plenty of room for making healthy meals, and a spacious bathroom. What do you think?
This incredible off-grid treehouse certainly isn’t for anyone suffering from a fear of heights! It sits a whopping 50 feet up in the air, suspended high in the trees, and accessible via a 62-step spiral staircase.
Inside the treehouse is a studio-style set-up, with a queen bedroom corner, a super cushy couch, and a wood-burning stove to keep you toasty. The garage door opens to a large deck that has breathtaking views of the valley below. Check out the video tour at the end of the post!
Gaetan, a former contractor, was hit with cancer last year and decided to build a tiny house while going through chemo treatments. The end result is a beautiful 22 by 8 foot tiny house, complete with two lofts, a kitchen and bathroom, and living space.
It has a staircase to one loft, and an awesome collapsible ladder up to the other loft. There’s also a fold-down table for mealtime. It runs off electric and the workmanship looks amazing. He’s asking $55K (CAD) for the house. You can contact him via his Facebook page here.
Britney traded three goats and a sheep to get the epic floating staircase made from old barnwood installed in her tiny home. She uses the THOW as a vacation rental on her family’s peach farm, which has been theirs since 1810!
It’s 27 feet long and 9 feet wide, and the frame was built by a secondary trade school. Inside you’ll find a white interior complimented by tons of vintage and thrifted items, including a funky mustard yellow couch! Outside there’s a private deck area with views of the orchard.
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