I might have to move to France just to live in one of these! I love the robin’s-egg-blue metal roof, and the gorgeous color scheme continues to the interior on the accent wall and kitchen hardware. The home has a loft bedroom, nifty pull-out steps, and a spacious bathroom and kitchen. The living room even features a pull out full-sized bed for company (or you if you hate steps!).
It was custom built for Marie-Laure, who upgraded from her small caravan to a tiny home!
Breathtaking Essen’Ciel THOW from Baluchon
The tiny house Essen’Ciel will not go unnoticed during its travels!
Its blue baccarat cover and its frame give it a unique style.
The house is furnished with many windows and built-in bins to grow outdoor plants. Upon entering the tiny house, we discover a large kitchen, which the owner wanted to dissociate from the living room.
The bathroom occupies a central place to separate the two rooms. It is equipped with dry toilets with stainless steel bucket and chip compartment, storage and a shower of 80×80 cm.
The living room is equipped with a small desk with drawer and a large convertible sofa that can offer two additional beds if needed. Difficult not to notice the large blue wall at the bottom of the living room, on which articulate shelves in the shape of branches all around an eye of beef of 80 cm in diameter.
Access to the bedroom is via a comfortable central staircase that has two retractable steps to save space when not in use.
The window of the room is particularly wide, to be able to ventilate the room quickly, and of course to offer a very clear panorama to its owner morning and evening.
The Essen’Ciel was delivered near Angers. This little house is the principal residence of Marie-Laure, and from time to time Philippe’s companion.
Looking for a price? It’s a custom build, so the new owner didn’t disclose. However, if you’d like a quote get in touch with Baluchon at [email protected].
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