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Look at the dazzling Kiwi Tiny House by Baluchon. Their latest project was designed as a guest house for rent at Le Boulay in Segré in Anjou Bleu, France.

The tiny home features a living room with a pull-out sleeper sofa that can be blocked off from the rest of the home at night with a large curtain, giving kids a quiet place to sleep while their parents stay up. There’s a queen bed in the loft, a large 4-person dining table, and a kitchenette and 3/4 bathroom.

I really love the layout of this home, and the clever way to create separate spaces without closing off rooms with doors. Enjoy the photo tour below!

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Baluchon’s Latest: A Tiny House Vacation in France

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I don’t think I’ve seen a Baluchon build that I haven’t liked, and Anne-Claire’s Green Titmouse THOW is no exception. The client wanted a green roof to blend in with the woodland surroundings where her home is now situated. It even has a built-in window box to add a little green right outside her window.

It features a standard tiny house layout, with the living room in the front, bathroom/kitchen in the back, and a loft bedroom. The Baluchon builders included an adorable cat door in the living room for Anne-Claire’s cat, Milka. The home is heated by a Cubic Mini Wood Burning Stove they imported from Canada.

Enjoy the photo tour below!

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Her Tiny House with a Window Box and Cat Door

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Here’s another incredible build by Baluchon, the French tiny house builder responsible for this Tiny Hauméa House.

Built for Célia and Damien as their new home, it features the most beautiful teal aluminum siding, a tiny-house-shaped window, and even a chip-activated cat flap for their furry friend! Enjoy the photo tour.

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Loft for Three in this Tiny Hauméa House by Baluchon

Tiny Hauméa House with Cat Door by Baluchon

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At just shy of 11 feet, this is the smallest tiny house built by Baluchon, but it still manages to sleep three between a twin-sized loft (encased in netting), and a pull-out couch for two.

On one end of the THOW, you’ll find the shower, toilet, and functional kitchenette with a hot plate, mini-fridge, and sink. Then on the other end is the stunning porthole window over a desk/table. In the middle is the bench for relaxing. The home was designed for a family who wanted a comfortable place to spend the night on fishing trips. Enjoy!

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Check Out the Porthole Window in this Tiny House Nano

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This is Julien and Cindy’s incredible Château Peredvizhnik built for them by Baluchon (@tinyhousebaluchon), a tiny house builder in France.

The most notable feature of this home is the large picture window in the back of the THOW that follows the pitch of the roof and lets in oodles of natural light. The sage green color painted around the window on the interior makes it feel one with nature outside.

Another neat part of this house? It has a projector screen that pulls out of a hatch in the loft bedroom floor! Enjoy the photo tour below.

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A Look Inside the Château Peredvizhnik by Baluchon

Château Peredvizhnik

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This is the Tiny House Mogote built by the French company, Baluchon. As with all Baluchon’s creations, this home is absolutely stunning.

Inside the 20-foot-long tiny house on wheels, you’ll find a kitchen, living room with sleeper sofa, and a spacious bathroom with a wardrobe. The bedroom is up in the loft, accessible via a ladder that pulls out when necessary.

Enjoy the photo tour of this lovely home, which now belongs to their customer, Marion. It’s parked not far from the Baluchon workshop.

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Modern French Tiny House on Wheels by Baluchon

Tiny House Mogote by Baluchon in France

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