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Bois Perdus: Laure’s Stunning Baluchon THOW

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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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Look at all those windows!

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A cubic mini wood stove keeps the space comfortable.

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An arched doorway is always a gorgeous touch.

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She can fit a decent-sized couch in the living room.

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Here’s her sewing table!

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It folds away when she needs space.

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The desk will fit her large monitor and other office equipment.

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These L-shaped stairs offer additional storage.

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I love the headboard mural in the bedroom.

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The spacious shower stall has glass doors.

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She has a composting toilet and small linen closet.

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  • Cubic Mini wood stove
  • Floor-to-Ceiling living room windows
  • L-shaped storage stairs
  • Spacious couch area
  • Large desk for 34″ monitor (later may become kitchen space)
  • Flip-down sewing table
  • Sewing machine and notions storage
  • Queen-sized loft bedroom
  • Backlit mural headboard
  • Rope loft barrier
  • Spacious shower stall
  • Dry toilet
  • Linen closet

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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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  • Kathy
    March 24, 2024, 6:51 pm

    Like almost all Baluchon houses I felt initially “love it”!for this house but then I noticed that it had no kitchen. Not having a closet nor even room enough for a dresser usually can deal with. But I would need to move the computer and business space and steal space from the luxurious bath and add a minimal kitchen in order to live here. Otherwise “love it”.

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