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Family Moves into Tiny Home with Newborn Baby


This is the Valhalla Tiny House by Baluchon in France.

The family moved into it only one month after their son was born.6 It features a main floor bedroom for their son, an elevated loft living area, desk space, a full kitchen, bathroom, and an upstairs master loft.

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Young Family with Newborn Baby Move Into Baluchon Tiny Home

Family Moves into Tiny Home with Newborn Baby

Images © Baluchon

Family Moves into Tiny Home with Newborn Baby

Family Moves into Tiny Home with Newborn Baby

Family Moves into Tiny Home with Newborn Baby

Family Moves into Tiny Home with Newborn Baby

Family Moves into Tiny Home with Newborn Baby

Family Moves into Tiny Home with Newborn Baby

Family Moves into Tiny Home with Newborn Baby

Family Moves into Tiny Home with Newborn Baby

Family Moves into Tiny Home with Newborn Baby

Family Moves into Tiny Home with Newborn Baby

Family Moves into Tiny Home with Newborn Baby

Family Moves into Tiny Home with Newborn Baby

Family Moves into Tiny Home with Newborn Baby

Family Moves into Tiny Home with Newborn Baby

Family Moves into Tiny Home with Newborn Baby

Family Moves into Tiny Home with Newborn Baby

Family Moves into Tiny Home with Newborn Baby

Family Moves into Tiny Home with Newborn Baby

Family Moves into Tiny Home with Newborn Baby

Family Moves into Tiny Home with Newborn Baby

Family Moves into Tiny Home with Newborn Baby

Family Moves into Tiny Home with Newborn Baby

Family Moves into Tiny Home with Newborn Baby

Images © Baluchon

Highlights

  • Valhalla by Baluchon
  • Main floor kid’s bedroom
  • Upstairs lounge/living room area
  • Master sleeping loft with floating staircase
  • Designed and built for a couple with a son
  • Approximate 20ft tiny house (6 meters)
  • Full bathroom and kitchen

Please learn more using the links below. Thanks!

Sources

  1. http://www.tinyhouse-baluchon.fr/nos-tiny-houses/tiny-house-valhalla/
  2. http://www.tinyhouse-baluchon.fr/
  3. http://www.tinyhouse-baluchon.fr/contact/
  4. https://www.instagram.com/tinyhousebaluchon/
  5. https://www.facebook.com/Tiny-house-Baluchon-705501889540422/
  6. https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=1847802775310322&id=705501889540422
  7. https://lecaninole.fr/

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  • Avatar Eric August 21, 2018, 5:42 pm

    OMG… those floating stairs made my stomach churn… 1 slip and ouchhhh!

    No rail and big holes to slip into… a very nasty accident waiting to happen.

    Plus a baby… wow, crappy nappies (diapers to USers) and the smell. Bleuch… don’t think I’d like to live in that environment. At least in a standard sized house the smell dissipates quite quickly. Won’t there if our experience camping in a tent is replicated there. Thank goodness my baby days are long gone…

  • Avatar Diane August 21, 2018, 9:16 pm

    I love how they put the child’s room down low under the living room instead of up high.

    Beautiful home!

  • Avatar Kay McKune March 1, 2019, 6:58 am

    Where do they keep their clothing……not a closet or dresser to be seen?

  • Avatar Husabergchamp March 1, 2019, 10:39 am

    I love these tiny homes with the lower bedroom and lounge above it. Great way to control the homes height and not falling down stairs during a night time bathroom run.
    I’m building a 12X18 tiny home on my 35 acres for guests and when not used by others for that a Ham radio shack. 2X6 lumber on concrete pilings already in and level. I’ll be using this idea for at least one end of the cabin, might do the second end as a second bedroom below and the bathroom and my ham equipment in an office area above the second bedroom.
    The cabin will be off the grid in the middle of our land, composting toilet, LP gas for heating/cooking, solar panels for lighting and with a generator if I’m using the radios.

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