We introduced you to Ideal Tiny’s Antonin model, but here’s a look at a fully-furnished tiny home of theirs that’s just stunning. The Indè provides you with a single-level floor plan. Living/kitchen area first, bathroom in the middle, and a spacious first-floor bedroom at the end.
The modern finishes make this such a sleek home! I especially love that French doors open from the living room to a huge deck, essentially doubling the space. Plus, you really can’t beat the view. It looks like it may be a vacation property at a camp, and wow, I’d want to stay there. Thoughts?
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!
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!
This is the 20′ Tiny House Ostara by French builder Baluchon, created for Nathalie and Sebastien, and named after the stable near their new tiny home.
It’s actually built on a 6-meter trailer, making it just under 20 feet long. The stunning interior includes a large, comfortable couch that looks out at horse-farm views through French doors, a compact kitchen, a loft bedroom accessible via stairs, and a bathroom with a luxurious shower stall and dry toilet. Get more details below and enjoy the tour below!
This is a traveling bookstore tiny house in France. It’s called “”La Librairie Itinérante” or, roughly translated into English, The Traveling (Tiny) Bookstore. Besides being beautiful and clever, I love that the bookstore also includes a bathroom, office and loft bedroom for the owner. Isn’t that great? Enjoy the pictures and get more details below! It was built by Pauline and Roman of La Maison Qui Chemine, a tiny house company in France:
“We are a young couple (24-27 years old) who have decided to build Tiny Houses for one year now. We’ve just made our first Tiny house for a bookseller: “La librairie itinérante.” He and his Tiny House are now moving from place to place, mostly villages without books or forsaken by shops, to sell used books at middle price, and to tell stories in the evening, free of charge, in the Tiny House. You just have to bring your slippers!”
I might have to move to France just to live in one of these! I love the robin’s-egg-blue metal roof, and the gorgeous color scheme continues to the interior on the accent wall and kitchen hardware. The home has a loft bedroom, nifty pull-out steps, and a spacious bathroom and kitchen. The living room even features a pull out full-sized bed for company (or you if you hate steps!).
It was custom built for Marie-Laure, who upgraded from her small caravan to a tiny home!
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