Guillaume loves the sea and wanted a tiny house with hints of Nautical flair built for him by Baluchon in France. As always, their work is above reproach!
His 6 meter (~19.5 feet) tiny house feels amazingly spacious. You walk into the living space that has the all-too-awesome Cubic Mini Woodstove and a cushy-look couch. A storage staircase leads to the bedroom loft, and below is the kitchen complete with an oven and stovetop, and then the bathroom tucked behind that.
Enjoy the photo tour below. Could you live in this one?
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Tiny House “Martolod” w/ Red Cedar & Aluminum
The white washed walls feel beachy.
Here’s the view from the kitchen.
A “real” couch provides a spot to snuggle up with a cup of coffee.
Amazing tiny wood stove with a fan to keep things warm.
Very clever/handy wine rack with cork holders.
The table, when set up.
And the space when it’s tucked away.
Plenty of storage here.
Love that you get an oven and three burners.
The bedroom has tons of windows.
Those little seagulls on the wall are a nice touch.
The bathroom makes it feel like a boat!
Look at the little porthole!
What do you think?
- Baluchon trailer with paint option.
- Useful length 6 meters.
- Spruce class 2.
- Cotton, linen and hemp for the floor, the walls
- and the ceiling.
- WINDOWS AND DOOR
- Mixed wood / aluminum joinery.
- Double glazing.
- HARDWARE STORE
- RAIN GUARD AND STEAM BRAKE
- Proclimat rain screen and OuatEco vapor barrier (hygrovariable).
- De Dietrish electric hot water tank , gas hob, Klarstein refrigerator, Whirlpool oven.
- PARQUET / FLOOR
- Massive heat-treated Landes pine and solid spruce.
- Blades screwed onto joists and glazed.
- Aluminum trays with standing joints.
- Cladding cedar with
- UV saturator. Aluminum trays covering with standing joints.
- É white raw Picea natural planed spruce. Red cedar paneling in the bathroom.
- Solid oak and spruce.
- Lunos dual-flow CMV + air extractor.
- ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
- Legrand switchgear and LED lights
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It’s really beautiful and practical. I like it!
Absolutely I could live here! Is tomorrow too soon fo my move in date?? As with virtually every other tiny made by Baluchon, I am in love with the design. Congratulations Baluchon on continuing to explore tinies of about 20’ – you have so many really livable floor plans.
They never cease to amaze me!
Stunning. The best I have seen. Only thing I would add is railing on the staircase and across the loft.
Safe idea, for sure!
your right Ann it does need railings. Also flush toilet and no wood stove ,instead a mini split. then this would be perfect for me. I wish they made these here.
I can’t believe it’s so small-it’s so light and airy!
Amazing what good decor and design can do for a tiny space!
Honestly, one of the best laid out plans for a THOW. I particularly like the black with light wood both inside and outside. So pleasing! I can see a couple of minor changes I would make but overall, this is very livable, feels roomy and easily moved. I think the main thing I would change would be a regular toilet and a better hand-held shower. Nicely done!
I would add that that little wood burning fireplace is adorable! Wouldn’t it be nice if someone made one that small that still had enough room on the top to put a kettle for hot water? And the little wood storage underneath? Cute!
You actually can with this one, especially if you get the larger model Grizzly and not the really tiny Cub model. You can check out some YouTube videos showing it off being used for various tasks, including cooking. Some examples you can look up (would post links but with the site spam filter it can take up to a few days before someone approves it to be viewable)…
-Let New Adventures Begin: Cooking with the Cubic Mini Wood Stove OVEN :: Grizzly In a Tiny House on Wheels :: Winter Warmth
They’re using the “CUBIC Mini Stove – Grizzly – Mounts and Accessories (Mini Roaster – CB-7200)” to cook with in the video that’s an accessory you can get for the Grizzly model and it’s available on Amazon…
-Prepping Ohio: Cooking on the Cubic Mini wood stove
The little rail on top can be removed but basically you can adopt camping cookware for items that can fit on top, or add a campfire metal griddle/hot plate that you can just lay on top to give you more surface area to work with…
-skip luck: Cubic mini stove cooking and how to use it without any trouble on rainy day
And there’s others going back a few years, it’s a pretty popular option and plenty of people have figured out ways to make more use out of it…
There’s plenty of room to put a jug on top of the stove. Only problem I can see is if you are a really short person. But then you’d customise it to your needs.