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Convertible Roof Tiny House… A THOW w/ a Retractable Ceiling


This is the Cecile. It’s a convertible roof tiny house by Opti Nid.

It’s built out of France and features a retractable roof in the upstairs loft!

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Tiny House with Convertible Sleeping Loft in France by Opti Nid

Convertible Roof Tiny House... A THOW w/ a Retractable Ceiling

Images © Optinid via Facebook

Cecile Tiny House with Convertible Roof by Opti Nid

Cecile Tiny House with Convertible Roof by Opti Nid

Cecile Tiny House with Convertible Roof by Opti Nid

Cecile Tiny House with Convertible Roof by Opti Nid

Cecile Tiny House with Convertible Roof by Opti Nid

Cecile Tiny House with Convertible Roof by Opti Nid

Cecile Tiny House with Convertible Roof by Opti Nid

Cecile Tiny House with Convertible Roof by Opti Nid

Cecile Tiny House with Convertible Roof by Opti Nid

Cecile Tiny House with Convertible Roof by Opti Nid

Cecile Tiny House with Convertible Roof by Opti Nid

Cecile Tiny House with Convertible Roof by Opti Nid

Cecile Tiny House with Convertible Roof by Opti Nid

Cecile Tiny House with Convertible Roof by Opti Nid

Cecile Tiny House with Convertible Roof by Opti Nid

Cecile Tiny House with Convertible Roof by Opti Nid

Cecile Tiny House with Convertible Roof by Opti Nid

Cecile Tiny House with Convertible Roof by Opti Nid

Cecile Tiny House with Convertible Roof by Opti Nid

Images © Optinid via Facebook

Video Tour of the Cecile Tiny House with Convertible Roof:

Sources

  1. http://optinid.fr/
  2. https://vimeo.com/273270493
  3. https://www.facebook.com/optinid/posts/1651316701661534
  4. https://www.facebook.com/optinid/

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  • Avatar Kathy August 20, 2018, 8:40 pm

    Comme elle est belle! I love the unstained wood and the green-blue in the kitchen. The stairs are smart in using the end of the desk/dining table as one step. Having the landing is also a real plus as it allows short/average size people to stand up with complete head clearance.I would like to see the bathroom, and I am wondering where the refrigerator is, and lastly, what is,befind the green striped drape in the kitchen?? Congratulations – she’s a winner!

  • Avatar D. Pedersen August 21, 2018, 3:04 am

    I really like this house. Very good craftsmanship and good layout. Surely there must be a bucket for the “toilet” 😉 Though I would put a door in front of it.

  • Avatar gmh August 21, 2018, 12:45 pm

    This is the first tiny house I’ve seen that comes with a horse! Awesome!

    • Avatar Angela March 22, 2019, 7:49 am

      🙂 I could get used to that, too!

  • Avatar Sheila H September 20, 2018, 4:48 am

    I was wondering the same thing!! 🤭😳 It’s awful!! Plus the pictures focused more on that “toilet” & the flowers it didn’t really show the rest of bathroom at all. I’d never use a toilet like that! Gross!

    • Avatar Angela March 22, 2019, 7:47 am

      Sheila: While I agree that I, too, would have liked to see the shower I must say that your judgmental attitude about the minimalist off-grid “toilet” really shows your lack of tolerance and understanding. Much of the planet’s population must, in fact, live without the sort of plumbing most of us who are part of western civilization are accustomed to. It is not “gross”. It is the kind of toilet you use if you are not connected to a sewer or septic system. To millions of people, it is the norm, and they are people who are not deficient in any way. They simply, by circumstance or design, do not have plumbing.

  • Avatar ~Michelle March 11, 2019, 10:56 am

    The use of metal brackets to support the loft spaces is genius! That gives a bit more precious head space in those lofts. I like it.

    • Avatar Alex March 12, 2019, 11:30 am

      Very smart 🙂

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