This is the 17-foot-long Granville tiny house by La Tiny House, a builder in France.
The little home includes a front porch, loft bedroom with tons of light, and a sweet tiny kitchen with sink, burners and tons of counter space. This particular one is all wood dotted with punches of color — like a neon yellow toilet seat! Might as well have fun with it!
The builder sells homes in different states of “finished” — from just shells to turn key — and this is just one of their models.
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Granville Tiny House by La Tiny House, France
Images via La Tiny House
I love all the windows surrounding the loft area.
Sweet little spot to eat breakfast, lunch and dinner.
I like the built-in side tables. Great for a glass of water or a book.
Related: La Tiny House Company: Tiny House Builders in France
Now that is where I’d spend my time!
Images © La Tiny House
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Another winner for the French…!
Very pleasant. Would love to see more pictures of this house.
I wonder, do composting toilets need to be sealed to keep the odor from coming into the room? I see this toilet lid is up, and often I see regular toilet seats that would have air flow even when the lid is down. I guess that means the odor is not a problem?
If done properly, I think it reduces a lot of smell. Still, I’d leave the toilet seat down just to keep things from falling in haha.
Nice view of Mount St. Michel!
Hoping this lovely cozy TH is insulated for winters as well!
Simple, inviting, warm, and beautiful. Now that is a true tiny house. I love it!