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Her Enchanting, Honey-Colored Tiny House

Marion needed a full-time residence and hired Baluchon to do the job! She named her tiny house “The Witch” and it’s certainly an enchanting little house. Like most Baluchon builds, it has beautiful honey-colored wood tones throughout, and Marion chose burgundy cabinets for contrast.

There’s a loft bedroom upstairs with built-in bookshelves and hidden LED lighting for reading. The living room features a bold red couch that doubles as a guest bed and the kitchen has a whole bank of beautiful windows. Could you live here?

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Marion’s Beautiful Burgundy Tiny Home on Wheels

Enchanting Witch Tiny Home

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This beautiful gem has an awesome wooden design on the front.

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The spacious interior!

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There’s an L-shaped countertop and bank of windows.

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Open storage stairs take you to the loft bedroom.

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There are a couple of shelves and a two burner cooktop.

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I love the burgundy color on the cabinets.

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This table flips up when needed.

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The wardrobe provides plenty of space for storage.

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Loving the bold red-orange couch.

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It turns into a sleeper for guests.

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Loving the cubic mini on the wall.

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Here’s the bedroom. It looks so calming!

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Beautiful view from the loft.

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The bathroom has the same burgundy cabinets.

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And the shower stall!

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What a dreamy spot!

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Could you live in here?

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  • Traditional Gable Roof
  • Couch/futon
  • Cubic mini wood stove
  • L-shaped kitchen
  • Shower stall and composting toilet
  • Storage stairs
  • Loft with built-in storage
  • Burgundy accent color
  • Large picture window in living room

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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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  • Richard Lynn Herrington
    August 10, 2022, 1:15 am

    I would like to know how she got permission to park near that lake. Does she own the land or what is the arrangement?

    • Eric
      August 13, 2022, 11:17 pm

      Probably parked on the land for the photo shoot, that’s all. But also, not every country is as uptight as the States on where you can park. And Baluchon is a company in France, and most of Europe is easy on where you can park vehicles of a recreational nature with the exception, I believe, in big cities.

  • Liz
    August 10, 2022, 1:22 am

    This is a beautiful home inside and out. The interior colors are perfect (for my taste). One drawback us the size of the bathroom sink. It is very small and really doesn’t work well. The bowl is narrow and the placement of the faucet makes it near impossible to wash up without creating a wet mess on the floor.

  • Sandy
    August 10, 2022, 2:27 am

    no It’s not a good one for me. I want a regular frig. I can handle no cooktop-could get a two burner induction hotplate and a french door oven/toaster oven/air fryer. I would want a bathtub (shower with it) as I am seriously a bath person. I wish there were room to put a combo washer/dryer. The back wall of the loft has no window. I would orient the bed so the head of it was on the wall where the shelves/cubbies are now and put a closet area across the back wall. I would make those windows higher and not so tall but put in a large skylight over the bed. I would also put a rail at the front of the loft, just to make sure that no one rolled out of bed and over the loft side!, and also a railing going up the stairs just to make certain of safety. In the kitchen then, since the close closet wouldn’t be needed I would turn that into a space for a small real refrig/freezer and a sideways slideout pantry next to it, and where the small frig is would then be a perfect space for that combo washer dryer vented to the outside of course. That couch and the little woodstove is wonderful, but there is no pic showing all the way up over the couch, You have to see the pic of the front window from the outside to see that the window mimics the roofline peak. I would eliminate the peak of the window….or just put in a large half moon window and would have at least a small 1/2 loft for pretty and organized storage. THEN I could live there. I’m 68 and contemplating tiny right now.

  • Kathy
    March 28, 2023, 3:45 pm

    I *love* every home Baluchon designs and builds. Sandy, in addition to the plusses Eric listed, there are a couple of drawbacks in what can and can’t be done in France with Tiny Homes. There are severe weight limits which translates into smaller and fewer appliances. Weight limit tends to affect the overall length of the houses, which also affects the sizes of appliances and cabinetry in general. But Baluchon designs both clever and beautiful houses the limits.

  • Donna Rae
    March 29, 2023, 12:26 pm

    What a beautifully designed Tiny! The materials and colors are so pleasing! There were some very interesting comments about this build. I love learning about the regulations in foreign countries like the weight restrictions in France and understanding why certain design elements were chosen to fit with those regulations. As with the other Baluchon build in this newsletter, this one doesn’t have stair railings, not even a handrail along the wall. I am curious about the regulations about railings in Tinies both in America and abroad. They are absolutely required in regular homes but there are differences for Tinies that most of us are not aware of. The lack of railings would add to the aesthetics, there is no question, but having nothing to grab in case of a fall would seem to be a safety hazard to me. Would it be possible to learn about any regulations about railings in Tinies? It was mentioned that Europe has fewer restrictions on where a Tiny can park and I am curious if there are any changes happening or anticipated in American restrictions. It is difficult to put a Tiny on some properties…even ones that people own themselves…because of minimum square footage requirements. Hopefully that will change. And it may be different in different States. Recently, California did ease their restrictions on ADU’s on existing properties with houses in an effort to ease the housing crisis so perhaps the attitude about Tinies is more favorable now. I’m sorry to say I don’t know the details of that. All of those who are thinking about building a Tiny would benefit greatly knowing about such restrictions and the loosening of those regulations. Any information would be very much appreciated. Thanks!

  • Michael
    June 26, 2023, 10:47 am

    Possible fire death trap at night with the couch in sleeper position. Blocks the door from opening.

    • James D.
      June 26, 2023, 2:41 pm

      Only if you ignore the big double window that opens wide behind it…

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