Pierre and Lea live with their young daughter in a stunning off-grid tiny house perched in the Swiss Alps. It features a giant family-sized bed (no loft!) with amazing under-bed clothing storage drawers, a Montessori-inspired children’s space, and a bathroom with a stunning stone shower.
The home is heated with a large wood-burning stove, and solar panels provide electricity. They have some really clever storage/tiny house hacks including a folding stool that comes out of the cabinets in the kitchen, and embroidery hoops to provide shade/privacy through the circular windows.
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Their Off-Grid Home with No Loft!
The couple downsized over the course of multiple moves.
The gorgeous exterior of the home has a sauna-like feel.
Look at those clothing drawers!!
Their table folds out to accommodate guests.
The wood-burning stove heats the home.
Some beautiful spice organization.
Their huge family bed (around 7.5 x 6.5 feet).
The stone-work in the bathroom is fantastic.
A Separette toilet for waste.
They have some additional storage under the home.
Lea uses embroidery hoops to shade these round windows.
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