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Antonin French Tiny House by Tiny Ideal


Today we get to introduce you to an awesome tiny house builder in France, Ideal Tiny. They create sleek, modern tiny homes using sustainable practices, and I know you’ll be impressed! The first of their tiny homes we’ll show you is the Antonin. Custom-made for a client who has access to facilities where he’s parking, this model is unusual with its lack of a bathroom. But there’s no lack of style!

The space features two lofts, one accessible by a split staircase. Underneath you’ll find the living room with a huge picture window to allow you to take advantage of the views! The kitchen has a large sink and

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24-Foot Tiny Home with Two Lofts

The Tiny Antonin Tiny Ideal French THOW 6

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Sealed plywood on the walls and ceiling.

The Tiny Antonin Tiny Ideal French THOW 5

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The secondary loft is likely best for storage.

The Tiny Antonin Tiny Ideal French THOW 4

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Induction cook top next to the black sink.

The Tiny Antonin Tiny Ideal French THOW 3

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I like the black pendant lights they chose.

The Tiny Antonin Tiny Ideal French THOW 2

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Pull-out steps take you to the main loft.

The Tiny Antonin Tiny Ideal French THOW

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Details:

  • 7.20m trailer (23.5 ft.)
  • Interior area: 25m2 (269 square feet)
  • Black electrical equipment
  • Very large openings
  • 1 kitchen with sink with 15L instant hot water tank, 1 3-burner induction hob
  • 1 lounge area fitted out by the client
  • 1 dining area fitted out by the client
  • 1 main mezzanine with access by retractable stairs with storage.
  • 1 secondary mezzanine
  • 100mm Biofib insulation
  • Northern Fir cladding in calfat color

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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  • jerry dycus
    June 8, 2022, 11:12 am

    Hard to be impressed by a TH with sleeping lofts that become hated by most and no bathroom.
    Most lofts end up as storage and the people sleep on a couch, etc on the main floor.
    So if you are going to get a TH, think seriously if you want a loft, especially low headroom ones.
    If you have to have 2 levels, put the bed on the bottom and dinette, living room, etc above is a much shorter climb and not in the middle of the night half asleep. Dinettes, living rooms, etc where people sit down are great with just 4.5′-5′ headroom with 3.5-4′ for the bed.
    You can get standing headroom under the dinette seats too.
    We need better design, not just copying the mistakes of the past.

  • Kathy
    June 8, 2022, 4:11 pm

    I love the natural wood interior with black trim on windows and doors etc. A very clean and contemporary look is easy to live with in small spaces, and warmer than all white. I have to admit that the pull-out lower half of the stairs appealed to me at first because the lack of stairs makes the room look larger. However I then flashed on having to pull out those stairs to get to bed every night, as well as the probable loss of the storage those stairs would otherwise provide. Nope not for me.

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