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This is another build by the French tiny house builder, Tiny House Tarentaise. This one features a sleek Scandinavian-inspired interior, complete with light wood walls and cubic furniture.

When you walk in, there’s a cubic-style couch underneath storage and a floor-to-ceiling bookshelf for storage. Just beyond the living area is the kitchen, with a bar-height counter for eating dinner.

There’s a closed-off loft accessible via a staircase, and beneath the loft is a great bathroom, complete with a glass shower stall. Enjoy the tour!

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Another Amazing Build by Tiny House Tarentaise

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This is the recently completed DEJESSI tiny house built by French tiny house builder, Tiny House Tarentaise. Just wait until you see the fabulous “living wall” bathroom — the whole bathroom is lined with green plants to make you feel like you’re showering outdoors.

Besides the awesome bathroom, this layout features a ground-floor bedroom with two skylights and a large closet for storage. Off the front of the home is a deck to bring your living space outdoors, and inside is a well-equipped kitchen. The whole home is sleek and modern inside.

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French-Built 33-ft. Tiny House w/ First Floor Bedroom And Plant-Wall Bathroom!

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This is a modern and rustic tiny house in France surrounded by farmlands and mature trees near Bergerac.

It features one double bed sleeping loft and one double sofa bed, a private bathroom with a shower and composting toilet, and a complete kitchen. How do you like it? I always enjoy seeing foreign tiny homes for some reason. Do you?

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Beautiful And Zen Tiny House in France

Charming Tiny House in France near Bergerac

Images via Glamping Hub

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This is the story of James Roeves’ ancient stone cottage renovation.

Please enjoy a tour of the cottage, construction photos, and our exclusive interview with the owner! Enjoy.

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Ancient Stone Cottage in France – From Bread Oven Cottage to Luxurious Tiny House Vacation in France…😍

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This is the Cyjé Tiny House by Ty Rodou, a French tiny home builder. The exterior features a side entry, a rectangular window, a barn-style curved roof, and you might immediately notice the bump-out in one of the lofts. That’s a great idea to give yourself a little extra space on a tiny house build, isn’t it?

The inside features two lofts, one of which is built pretty low to the ground so you can theoretically stand up in it and use the area underneath it for storage. What do you think about this tiny house design?

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Double Loft Cyjé Tiny House by Ty Rodou

Cyje Tiny House by Ty Rodou

Images © Ty Rodou

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This is Le Quai Des Possibles Tiny House by Ty Rodou, a famous French tiny home builder. Interestingly enough, this tiny house is used as a space for meetings. It was a built for a coworking space in France called Le Quai Des Possibles.

The tiny home on wheels is used for meetings and can accommodate up to 15 people. It’s always fun to see tiny homes being used in creative ways like this, even though I would all like to see more tiny house communities, right?

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Tiny House on Wheels Built for a Coworking Space in France

Coworking Space Uses a Tiny House for Extra Meeting Space

Images © Ty Rodou

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