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Chicory Tiny House For Full-Time Living


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Julia and Vincent were looking for a cozy home to move to their property in Lille, France, and chose the ever-amazing Baluchon to turn their dreams into reality. This tiny house is just as impeccably crafted as all earlier Baluchon builds. With a traditional gable roof and beautiful red cedar siding, this THOW will look striking wherever it goes.

You walk into the living room with a couch that can become a guest bed. Their loft access is a mix between a ladder and staircase, with a steel beam and floating oak steps. The loft has room for a double bed and a separate cubby for a future child’s sleeping space. There’s also a desk to create a floating office area. Enjoy the tour!

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Chicory Tiny House

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I love the large window in the front.

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View from the bathroom.

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The paint and couch color coordinate perfectly.

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It turns into guest quarters when needed.

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Here are the floating stairs to the loft.

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Just a close-up on the craftsmanship.

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A three-burner cooktop.

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This is a cool breakfast bar with additional storage.

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Here’s a good place to put shoes, right by the door.

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You can see the smaller child’s area to the right.

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A double bed with plenty of lighting.

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There’s the floating desk space.

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Looking down from the loft.

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Awesome linen storage in the bathroom.

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More storage and a shower stall.

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Could you live in this?

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Such a great view!

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I can hear the pitter-patter of rain on the rooftop.

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Details:

  • Gable roof
  • Teal accent colors
  • Comfortable real couch
  • Red cedar clapboards
  • Elevated breakfast bar w/ window view
  • 3-burner cooktop
  • Intentionally no refrigerator
  • Shower stall
  • Composting toilet
  • Basket storage
  • Floating staircase
  • Primary loft w/ side loft for child
  • Floating desk space

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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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  • John Thompson
    June 21, 2023, 5:12 pm

    I have never seen a Baluchon home that I didn’t love. They are, every one of them, pleasing to the eye and practical for living. If I were in Europe, that company would be my go-to for housing.

  • Paul
    June 24, 2023, 8:17 pm

    Yet I dislike them… (yes I know, its a crazy world)

    Baluchons all look alike, well they do to me. And that’s the problem… a few beers (or wines) and it could get messy. Well with me it could… LOL

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