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Guest-Ready and Productivity Boosted: Christophe’s Tiny Home Office

Christophe had been working from home for nine years, tucked into the laundry room in their home alongside his noisy coworkers — the washer and dryer. He’s the father of a family of six and needed a quieter, separate space to get his work done.

Baluchon created that space for him, and made it double as a home gym and guest room! There’s space for a treadmill on one side of the tiny house and a guest loft above the office area. The storage staircase provides plenty of space for office supplies. What a great way to “add on” to your home without doing an addition! How would you like to work from a tiny home like this?

  • Christophe upgraded his home office from a laundry room to a stunning tiny home office, designed and built by Baluchon.
  • This multifunctional space includes a large desk with four monitors, a home gym with a treadmill, and a loft bedroom for guests.

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Four Monitors, Treadmill, and Guest Loft: A Peek Inside Christophe’s Tiny Home Office Haven

Browny Christophe’s Tiny Home Office

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These grand French doors let in so much light!

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The curved modern desk houses four monitors.

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The office is separated from the coffee bar and seating space.

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Plenty of storage for papers and office supplies in the staircase.

Browny Christophe’s Tiny Home Office 6

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This is a fun little headphone holder.

Browny Christophe’s Tiny Home Office 5

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It’s nice to have a private space for gifts.

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That’s a really neat hexagonal design on the wall.

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Adding a treadmill is great for a break from the grind.

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The table folds down for more space to walk around.

Browny Christophe’s Tiny Home Office 10

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Love these little details.

Browny Christophe’s Tiny Home Office 11

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I love the line of pendant lights.

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Having so many windows helps create a lovely work environment.

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As always, Baluchon’s attention to detail is exquisite.

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  • Christophe’s tiny home office is a remarkable transformation from a laundry room.
  • Baluchon’s innovative design turned it into a multifunctional space.
  • The office includes a large desk space with four monitors.
  • It also doubles as a home gym with a treadmill.
  • The staircase provides extra storage for office supplies.
  • A loft bedroom above the office is perfect for guests.
  • The design emphasizes attention to detail and elegance.
  • French doors and ample windows provide abundant natural light.
  • The space features a coffee bar and seating area.
  • The tiny home office is an inspiring example of maximizing space and functionality.

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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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  • W
    September 17, 2023, 5:19 am

    Beautiful and useful except for a guest space with no bathroom that I can see. Maybe the climate is ok for midnight walks outside or guests are much, much younger than I am. But I guess it would be a nifty nap space.

  • Marsha Cowan
    September 17, 2023, 10:36 am

    This is beautiful, and the space is so well planned. A simple camping potty downstairs would suffice for an overnight stay, or he may already have an accessible outside bathroom next to it. The pictures do not show the whole surroundings. Nevertheless, it’s a great office space, though I’m not sure how much work I’d get done for having to always gaze around at the lovely office. Lol!

  • Donna Rae
    September 17, 2023, 7:04 pm

    Very nicely done, for sure, but I have a question and suggestion. Where do they get the water for making coffee? A trip to the main house? Though not completely necessary, a powder room would be nice to avoid going back and forth to the main house or maybe public bathrooms or out house. Tough to fit into such a small space but it would add some convenience. I would gladly sacrifice some height needed for the loft and add a few more feet to length to have that bathroom. It would be appreciated by anyone who likes to drink either coffee or tea…am I right? 😉 Again, this is a very fun build with good creativity…just adding to the conversation that could offer clues for the builder or potential buyer.

    • Paul
      September 27, 2023, 5:58 pm

      Possibly a container brought from the house. Would provide enough water for the average person to make coffee. Not me, I drink as many as 15 cups a day. And I have no problem sleeping at night. At All.

      You’re right about the height of the loft and having extra length for a toilet (not a powder room, for goodness sakes he’s a man) but then again it may make it problematic to eventually on sell. I don’t envision him living forever.

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