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Mom And Daughter Tiny House With Connecting Lofts

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Meet the gorgeous Sïana tiny house, built for mother-daughter duo, Blandine and Anaïs, who live in it full-time. The name of the tiny house is the daughter’s name spelled backwards, which is pretty fun.

Both mom and daughter have their own loft bedroom, and they are connected by a taut net that creates a bridge between them! It’s a really cool way to need only one set of stairs, and to allow for light to flow throughout the tiny house. There’s also a cozy living room with bar seating and a sofa couch, and a fully-functional kitchen and bathroom. Enjoy the photo tour below!

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Mom & Daughter Get a Baluchon Tiny House Build!

Tiny house Sïana 4

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I love the turquoise trim on this build.

Tiny house Sïana 5

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Here’s the view from the living room.

Tiny house Sïana 8

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Storage stairs lead up to the loft.

Tiny house Sïana 9

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The kitchen has a full oven and four burners.

Tiny house Sïana 10

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A bit of open shelving.

Tiny house Sïana 11

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This mini wood-burning stove keeps things toasty.

Tiny house Sïana 12

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In love with this yellow couch!!

Tiny house Sïana 13

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And now it’s a guest bed.

Tiny house Sïana 14

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Both mom and daughter have their own loft.

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And they are connected by this awesome net!

Tiny house Sïana 1

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It’s super strong and safe.

Tiny house Sïana 6

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It allows for the lofts to connect, without blocking light.

Tiny house Sïana 7

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Bathroom toilet.

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And the shower and washer.

Tiny house Sïana 3

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  • Baluchon trailer with paint option.
  • Useful length 6 meters.
  • Spruce class 2.
  • Cotton, linen and hemp for the floor, the walls
  • and the ceiling.
  • Mixed wood / aluminum joinery.
  • Double glazing.
  • Würth.
  • Proclimat rain screen and OuatEco vapor barrier (hygrovariable).
  • De Dietrish electric hot water tank , Hotpoint gas stove, Klarstein refrigerator.
  • Massive heat-treated Landes pine and solid spruce.
  • Blades screwed onto joists and glazed.
  • Aluminum trays with standing joints.
  • Cladding cedar with
  • UV saturator. Aluminum trays covering with standing joints.
  • É white raw Picea natural planed spruce.
  • Solid oak and spruce.
  • Lunos double-flow CMV + air extractor.
  • Legrand switchgear and LED lighting.

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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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  • merryl
    May 21, 2021, 8:54 am

    I love the color of the door and windows.

  • Maggie
    May 21, 2021, 7:31 pm

    Love the colors, but that sink is way too small to wash a pan…or much else.

    • Victoria Banaszak
      May 21, 2021, 9:15 pm

      I agree on that! I’m a double sink kinda girl.

  • Marsha Cowan
    May 21, 2021, 9:51 pm

    Learn something new everyday. A net strong enough to crawl across if necessary. How cool is that? I also love that little yellow sofa bed, and I like the wall of posts between the kitchen and the living room. I would love to know more about what looks like a tiny washer beside the shower. Pictures can be deceiving, so I am pretty sure the kitchen sink is wider than it appears at the angle we are seeing, and some people do not have large pots. I don’t. A 6″ frying pan and a small saucepan are all I use to cook and they would both fit easily in that sink. This is a nicely done tiny house. Enjoy!

    • James D.
      May 22, 2021, 12:56 am

      Yes, that’s listed as a washing machine on the builder’s site. Doesn’t list brand, but there’s a number of manufacturers that make that style of top loading washing machine… Could be a Brandt by the looks of it, may be their BT608LA model if it is…

      While the kitchen sink looks to be a vidaXL, I could be mistaken but if that’s it then it’s an over mount Kitchen Sink Single Basin Granite Black contemporary kitchen sink with an extra-deep single basin, which measures 350 mm (13.78″) x 390 mm (15.35″) x 195 mm (7.68″) (L x W x D)… Overall dimensions: 425 x 500 mm (L x W) and Cut-out size: 405 x 480 mm (L x W)… Heat resistant up to 280 °C…

      • Kathy
        August 19, 2021, 5:17 pm

        James, thank you for confirming my guess on the washer. I want one!

    • Natalie C. McKee
      May 25, 2021, 2:51 pm

      I must confess, they had those kinds of nets at playgrounds when I was a kid and I was *terrified* to walk across them. I still am LOL. But I’m glad there are people who are braver than I!

      • Marsha Cowan
        May 25, 2021, 3:06 pm

        Well, I guess I am showing my age here. When I was a kid we still had the old fashioned “monkey bars”, see-saws, and merry-go-rounds that you push up to speed and then jump and hold on for dear life. We also had a tall tower with ropes coming down and handles on the end of the rope. Two or four people (had to be an even number) would start running in a circle until our feet were lifted off the ground and we were spinning out straight holding onto the handles. Sometimes you would slip and fly through the air backwards until you landed on your stomach. All these things have been banned in the past, oh I don’t know, 30 years? Lol! So the net does not seem that intimidating to me : )

        • Eric
          February 23, 2023, 8:28 pm

          Ah, the great American sickness (as defined by Kiwis) if it looks intimidating lets just ban them coz you know…???

          Overgeneralisation, but what is it about the world these days that if you haven’t seen it before just ban it coz…???

  • RightUp Sam
    May 22, 2021, 2:48 am


    Well, I did it. Today I put a down payment on the steel building that will be the shell of my “big tiny.” (20W x 24L, 18H; it’s going to be more of an ADU, with a storage loft, workshop, office/living room, and another loft for the occasional overnight guest or afternoon nap.) It will be delivered in July or August!

    LOTS of work to do, LOTS of plans to make, LOTS of materials to gather…I’m a bit scared, but I can’t wait to share it here when it’s done!

    • Natalie C. McKee
      May 25, 2021, 2:49 pm

      Yay!! Great for you, Sam! Can’t wait to see it when you’re done. Be sure to email us at [email protected].

    • Marsha Cowan
      May 25, 2021, 3:08 pm

      That’s awesome! You’re gonna’ love the experience of building your own space. Here’s to ya. Be safe. . . : )

  • Ginger Kline
    July 14, 2021, 3:18 pm

    I am looking for the deets on the yellow sofa bed. It is exactly what I am looking for. 🙂

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