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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

Images via Baluchon

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This is Nadia’s Tiny Appalache built for her by La Tiny House in France. The stunning build features one of the best living room arrangements I’ve seen with a partial-loft (plenty of headroom!) with a sectional sofa and a hidden guest room tucked underneath!

The main bedroom is located in the loft, and there’s also a full kitchen and 3/4 bathroom. Nadia chose a tiny house so she could move closer to family, and now she has a place to read books (her passion) and welcome guests.

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Sectional Sofa in Nadia’s Tiny Appalache

Nadia’s Tiny Appalache

Images via La Tiny House

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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

Images via Baluchon

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Maud is a traveler and wanted a home that could move with her, so she asked La Tiny Homes in France to design an ecologically-friendly tiny house on wheels.

The result was a cozy and warm tiny home with tons of built-in storage for clothing, books, and everything else you’d need. The couch downstairs even becomes a second sleeping area for guests. Enjoy the photo tour!

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Maud’s Tiny House with Amazing Storage

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Images via La Tiny House

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