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The Pampille Tiny House from Baluchon


This is the Pampille Tiny House on Wheels by Baluchon.

The tiny house Pampille is our first realization with shingles in red cedar, giving it a very original rustic look! The rest of the exterior siding was made of heat-treated poplar.

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The Pampille: THOW from Baluchon

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Inside the house, we discover a large living room with a sofa bed, enough to accommodate two guests for the night. Above is a small storage mezzanine. The oak table in the center of the room, can receive three people to eat. In the continuation, is the kitchen furniture and its numerous tidying up. Opposite, the fridge is installed under another cupboard while height. A solid oak bookcase exposes his favorite objects.

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The kitchen furniture also incorporates a staircase and three floating steps for comfortable access to the mezzanine.

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In the bathroom, at the back, is a shower of 80x80cm, dry toilet covered with red cedar, with stainless bucket and chip compartment. A large closet stores clothes and shoes in the bottom drawer.

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On the large mezzanine, a removable partition allows the choice, to have a large room, or to divide the space to create a child room at the end. This will allow the owners to modulate the tiny house according to their family plans.

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Andrea
Andrea has lived simply in small spaces for more than 7 years and enjoys sharing her space saving (and space multiplying) tips from experience.

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  • Eric September 26, 2018, 5:16 pm

    Nice enough place but… not sure I’d have the dining table as part of the stairs as well. Oh wait, my old man, back in the day used to say a little bit of clean dirt ain’t dirty… ; )

    • Alex November 29, 2018, 2:41 pm

      Good point! I guess you could use the couch/bed and sleep on the main floor. I think that’s what I would do because I like having the headroom to stand up otherweise I feel trapped.

      • Eric November 30, 2018, 12:24 am

        “under another cupboard while height. ” Yer wot? Did you by any chance use Google Translate for the translation from Baluchon’s French website?

  • merryl September 27, 2018, 10:16 am

    this one is very cute and cozy.

  • Alex November 29, 2018, 2:38 pm

    I think it’s great, my main concern is air circulation for the loft especially in the kids nook.

    • Eric November 30, 2018, 12:26 am

      Don’t think air circulation is an issue… there are opening windows there… they open from the top, pulling inwards. I suspect identical in the kid(s) sleeping zone as well. That way of opening would preclude opening outwards and having a short person (slang for kid btw) fall out.

  • Dawn December 15, 2018, 1:26 pm

    The kids area could also be a very large storage/closet area for “closet phobes” like me.

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