The most notable feature of this home is the large picture window in the back of the THOW that follows the pitch of the roof and lets in oodles of natural light. The sage green color painted around the window on the interior makes it feel one with nature outside.
Another neat part of this house? It has a projector screen that pulls out of a hatch in the loft bedroom floor! Enjoy the photo tour below.
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A Look Inside the Château Peredvizhnik by Baluchon
This window is definitely the focal feature of the entire home.
I just love the little book display they added in here.
The bank of windows in the kitchen is great for allowing in more light.
I’ve always wanted one of these drawers! How handy is that!?
The kitchen has a remarkable amount of counter space for a tiny house!
The couch here turns into a guest bed!
Pull out the drawers and…
Good night! Super handy thing to include.
Upstairs the loft bedroom is clean and simple, with a fun gable roof accent.
Here’s that projector screen I mentioned! So cool.
This is the secret hatch it comes out of.
And then there are some drawers here for more storage (and a cute squirrel stuffie, of course).
The bathroom features a dry toilet, shower, and twin wardrobes.
Look at the precision and how well made this all is!
Could you call this one home?
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