Emilie is one of the lucky ones! He got a beautiful tiny home from Baluchon that looks wonderfully well-crafted. His biggest want was a reading nook with bookshelves, and he has one right in front of a huge picture window that will offer lovely views of his Normandy property.
The name “Piccola Casa” means “little house.” He has a functional kitchen for cooking meals for guests, a large bathroom, and a storage staircase to hold his things. Upstairs in the loft, he fit a double bed. What’s your favorite part?
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Emilie’s Tiny Home in Normandy
Emilie specifically wanted a cozy place for reading books.
He also wanted space to cook!
The bar has seating for two.
The staircase provides ample storage.
The large picture window is the defining feature of the build.
Nothing better than tons of cozy pillows.
Ah ha! Storage.
These shelves will house Emilie’s book collection.
He has a fairly spacious bathroom.
Built-in linen storage.
The shower stall.
A beautiful geometric partition wall.
The bedroom fits a double bed.
The windows open for egress and airflow.
The exterior is a mix of wood and aluminum.
Love this picture window!
What is your favorite part of the build?
- Built-in exterior planters
- Giant picture window
- Loft with double bed
- Geometric loft divider
- 3/4 Bathroom
- Reading nook/couch with storage
- Two burner cooktop
- L-shaped counter top
- Storage stairs
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Very nicely finished!
I have always loved the way the Baluchon tiny houses look; the wonderful windows that allow for airflow and light. In this model, the kitchen is accommodating for one who enjoys cooking. My favorite feature is the reading and or relaxing nook. When can I move in?