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This beautiful Baluchon tiny home was built for Sarah, who loves cooking! That’s why she wanted a spacious kitchen — complete with a four-burner oven/stove — as the focal point of her tiny home. She called it “Pètillante” which means “Sparkling” or “Bubbly.”

The whole build is bright and open, with a huge picture window in the living room, lightly-colored walls and ceiling, and the bedroom tucked away in the loft. She also has a glass shower and composting toilet. Would you live here?

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Lofted Tiny House with Full Kitchen

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This Baluchon build was created for Estelle, Gaëtan and their cat Mina, who live in this tiny house all year round in Loire-Atlantique, France. The couple chose a design with two connected lofts in case they ever add a baby to their family!

The 20-foot trailer includes everything you could want for a little family — a compact living space, a kitchen with plenty of room for making healthy meals, and a spacious bathroom. What do you think?

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Tiny House Designed to Grow with this Family

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Barbara wanted a tiny house for full-time living, and the name “Orana” comes from the Tahitian word for “hello.” And her Baluchon-built tiny home on wheels is most definitely welcoming!

Huge sliding doors lead into the living room, with a couch and desk area for working-from-home. The kitchen is compact (no refrigerator, per the owner’s request), and the bathroom has a large standing shower and corner composting toilet. Enjoy the tour below!

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Full Time in her 19-ft. Modern Tiny Home Custom Built by Baluchon

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Built as a vacation property that sits at Combe Rossignol in France, this Baluchon build features the same excellent craftsmanship we’ve seen from so many other builds from this company.

It has tons of windows that let in plenty of light and allow you to really enjoy the beauty of the outdoors. There’s a convertible sofa that doubles as a second bed, while the main bedroom is in the loft.

The kitchen is compact since there’s food available on site, and the bathroom covers all the bases!

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20 Foot Tiny House Built w/ Vacation in Mind

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Guillaume loves the sea and wanted a tiny house with hints of Nautical flair built for him by Baluchon in France. As always, their work is above reproach!

His 6 meter (~19.5 feet) tiny house feels amazingly spacious. You walk into the living space that has the all-too-awesome Cubic Mini Woodstove and a cushy-look couch. A storage staircase leads to the bedroom loft, and below is the kitchen complete with an oven and stovetop, and then the bathroom tucked behind that.

Enjoy the photo tour below. Could you live in this one?

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Tiny House “Martolod” w/ Red Cedar & Aluminum

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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!

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“Rebellious” — that’s a great way to describe the tiny house movement, huh? Bucking the tide of “normal” McMansions and sometimes bending the laws to live more simply. Maybe that’s why Patricia & Jean-François named their Baluchon-built tiny house Insoumise, which roughly translates to “rebellious” in English (according to Google Translate, feel free to correct me!).

Walk through the sliding glass doors into the living room, where their sleeper sofa acts as a guest bed. They can eat breakfast at their table beside a large picture window, after preparing a meal in their compact kitchen with oak counter tops.

By far the neatest part of the home is the loft bedroom, where a huge skylight provides nature views from the bed. Enjoy the photo tour!

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Tiny House on Wheels w/ A Giant Bedroom Window View

“Rebellious” Patricia & Jean-François Choose Tiny Living in France

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Inspired by Robin Hood and all things “British,” Isabelle named her tiny home — built by the French tiny house builder, Baluchon — The Nottingham.

It’s her full-time dwelling with a unique roofline made of a number of triangles. Her loft bedroom has views of the stars and morning sunrise from the large skylight at the foot of the bed.

Beneath the loft is a side-by-side L-shaped kitchen and a bathroom. The kitchen has a two-burner cooktop and hidden washer/dryer unit, while the bathroom features a super-sleek all-black shower stall. Scroll for the photo tour!

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This THOW in France Has a Huge Skylight!

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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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