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Family of 3 Tiny House With Two Bedroom Loft

Guy, Gwenaëlle, and Orlane are now proud owners of their very own Baluchon tiny house! They named their custom build “Kajedenn,” which means “meeting.” This home is sure to be a lovely gathering space for their family for years to come.

This tiny house has one loft that’s been divided into the parents’ space and a child’s bedroom. That allowed for just one staircase, so they could maximize the rest of the floorplan. Enjoy the photos below and let us know what you think in the comments!

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Gorgeous Baluchon Tiny House With Two Bedrooms In One Loft

Family of 3 in Their Meeting THOW 19

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Their L-shaped staircase has a mini ladder portion.

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It folds up to keep it out of the way.

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They have a cute kitchen with a flip-up table.

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They have a minimalist couch.

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And it becomes a bed!

Family of 3 in Their Meeting THOW 11

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They have some great floating shelves.

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Here you can see the parents’ room and the child cubby on the side.

Family of 3 in Their Meeting THOW 9

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Looking from the parents’ bed.

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There’s a little divider wall in a great color.

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There’s a fun couch that folds out into a bed at night.

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Looking down from the loft.

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They have a nice compact bathroom.

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I love the finish inside the shower.

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The two-tone is always lovely.

Family of 3 in Their Meeting THOW 2

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Could you live here?

Family of 3 in Their Meeting THOW

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  • Sleeps up to 5 people!
  • Sleeper couch
  • Fold-up twin bed in the loft
  • Double bed in the loft
  • U-shape kitchen
  • Flip-up table
  • Composting toilet
  • Shower stall

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  • Marsha Cowan
    April 8, 2023, 4:45 pm

    That is a lovely and very cleverly designed home, especially the loft. I really like the bathroom layout, too. Everything is done just right!

  • Donna Rae
    April 16, 2023, 11:55 am

    I love the black and wood exterior!!! Classic and aesthetically pleasing. Though I might not have chosen the blue color inside, I admit that it is attractive so worth considering in my own home. It is certainly cheerful! Thank you, thank you, thank you for having a normal sofa instead of a built-in, which are usually wholly inadequate in the comfort category. I’m not sure what the gray thing is hanging on the wall opposite the stairs but I would guess it might be a heating system. Or is it a fold-down treadmill? 😉 Regardless, it takes up valuable wall space and I’d replace it with a mini split for climate control so it is up and out of the way. I’m not a fan of stairs above the food prep area so I’d like to put the stairs on the other wall and have lots of storage underneath with closed cabinets. The open shelving is fun but I’d like some kitchen storage that is closed so I don’t have to be fussy about keeping it looking organized. All kitchen stuff ends up looking a little ragged around the edges over time and I’d rather not have to look at it, plus it’s usually very busy looking with small stuff stacked or lined up. Cover it with a door and you have instant calm. I’m not a fan of the toilet in a box, either. Even though I have suggested some changes, I still give kudos to the designers! They fit an awfully lot of essentials into a very small space and in an attractive way. I’m certain that some will not see the need for the changes I suggested and those changes are only to suit my particular needs and wants. Thanks for sharing!

    • James D.
      April 16, 2023, 3:31 pm

      “I’m not sure what the gray thing is hanging on the wall opposite the stairs but I would guess it might be a heating system.”

      Yes, it’s a 1000W electric heater…

  • Maria Kentala
    August 2, 2023, 6:01 am

    I don’t like the staircase and the composting toilet. Too bad they don’t make these here in the US.

  • W
    August 4, 2023, 3:58 pm

    Great house, well designed, but depending on the age or the child, the loft with no door, gate or railing on the open riser stairs could be quite a hazard. Once the child is old enough to be safe, they will need more space and privacy potentially. For one or two adults, the extra upstairs space might work well for an office or storage.

    • James D.
      August 6, 2023, 1:14 pm

      True, lack of barriers for children can be an issue but people typically just add a child gate when needed and then remove it later. It doesn’t have to be permanent or done by the builder as they are easy to add and remove as needed.

      While it’s an option to just get a separate tiny home when the child gets older. There’s already an example of that for this builder where they built a second home for a mother and daughter, where the second home starts out as a play area and home schooling but will eventually be the daughter’s own home.

      Homes can even be temporarily linked together to form larger homes. It can be more flexible and adaptable than larger homes where you are stuck with the given design and layout, mostly because of the cost and time it would take to change but smaller structures are typically more easy to deal with and change as needed.

      Though, as long as you have a permanent location, you can always add to a structure. Back when people built their own homes and resources were limited to what can be obtained locally, it was normal to start out with small homes and grow over time and it’s still not that unusual to do additions to modern homes, it just has gotten much more costly and time consuming but going smaller makes it a bit easier…

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