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

Images via Baluchon

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At just shy of 11 feet, this is the smallest tiny house built by Baluchon, but it still manages to sleep three between a twin-sized loft (encased in netting), and a pull-out couch for two.

On one end of the THOW, you’ll find the shower, toilet, and functional kitchenette with a hot plate, mini-fridge, and sink. Then on the other end is the stunning porthole window over a desk/table. In the middle is the bench for relaxing. The home was designed for a family who wanted a comfortable place to spend the night on fishing trips. Enjoy!

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Images via Baluchon

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