This is a beautiful French tiny house that was for sale by Tiny House Lumen out of Bordeaux, France.
It features a unique wardrobe and pantry system that I think you should see. Basically, they’re on casters but easily hide away and blend in like cabinets. Never thought of that! I thought you might like it. The house is built by Tiny House Lumen and is offered at 39,500 euros (approximately $48,532 USD).
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Amazingly designed French tiny house on wheels w/ impressive wardrobe, pantry, and more… Built by Tiny House Lumen in Bordeaux, France
The Glass Sliding Doors Really Brighten everything up
Here’s a View from the Sleeping Loft
Lots of Large Windows and a Slanted Shed Style Roof
Beautiful Kitchen with a View
Barstool and Dine In Ready Kitchen – Smart!
Have You Seen This Done in a Tiny House Before? I Don’t Think I Have Until Now!
These Cabinets Are Under the Bar Stool & Dining Area
Closer Look at the Cabinetry
Beautiful Wood Countertops
Another Angle of the Kitchen
The Bathroom with Your Shower, Toilet & Vanity
Nice Bowl Sink and I Think It Passes the Tooth Brush Test😄
Up in the Sleeping Loft
Stairs to Get Up There
A Look at the Rest of the House From the Living Area
The Ladder Stows Away up by the Loft
So You Can Have Space to Pull Out Your Pantry and Your Wardrobe! They’re on Casters! Pretty Cool, Right?
A Look at the Exterior of the Tiny House
VIDEO: At The End of You Can See How the Wardrobe and Pantry Are On Casters and Hide Away Like a Cabinet
Posted by Tiny House Lumen on Sunday, March 25, 2018
For construction details:
External dimensions: length 7.2 m (23.6ft), width 2.55 m (8.2ft), height 4.18 m (13.71ft).
Internal dimensions: length 6.42m (21ft), width 2.23m (7.31ft), height 3.3m (10.82ft).
Surface 14,3 m² (154 sq ft) + 4 m² (43 sq ft) (mezzanine).
Weight: 3.4 t empty.
Trailer: 7.2m (23.6ft) double axle PTAC 3,5 t
Insulation: Sheep wool for floor, Cotton, linen and hemp for walls, wood fiber for ceiling
Joinery: aluminum for the main room and wood for the mezzanine and the bathroom.
Cover: steel tray with anti-condensation felt and accessories.
Cladding: Thermo poplar heated with UV stabilizer
Floor: chestnut for the mezzanine and vinyl floor on the ground floor.
Arrangement: poplar for drawers and oak for the work plan
Appliances: electric water heater 100 liters soapstone, plate 2 gas and fridge.
Ventilation: 2 mouths of entrance, a hygrovariable extractor, a extractor by switch.
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Some great features. Biggest problem I see: unless I’m not seeing this correctly, the bed is sideways. That’s fine for a single person (though personally I would never negotiate that ladder). But if you’re married or otherwise attached, to get out of bed you have to climb over your spouse and hope you don’t fall before somehow getting down the ladder. I would have extended the loft, put up a safety railing, and placed the ladder angled straight out, so it’s above the bathroom curtain. You can always duck under the ladder, and of course it would be put away when the loft isn’t used.
Ok, this is amazing. I love the windows, the light colored wood, the gray color of the cabinets, the gorgeous bathroom sink, the funky pendant lights! And, I MUST find out what that hardware is that holds up the island “bar top” or table top. That is genius. I have been looking for something like that rather than using corbels for my kitchen counter (not a tiny house.) I love those. What would they be called, does anyone know?
Thanks, Alex, yet another fabulous find.
They’re angled counter top bar supports…
the hardware looks like what Ikea sells for a bartop. ive seen that exact type of layout at Ikea showroom and in catalog. very inexpensive.
A beautiful home. Tastefully put together, the glass is necessary to avoid feeling closed in.
Is there a refrigerator? I didn’t see one.