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The Toulouse Pavilion Tiny House

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This Pavilion style tiny house is called The Toulouse.

It’s designed to serve as a luxury garden building.

One might also use it as a backyard pool house or guest quarters.

But if you’re a tiny house lover like I am, you’re probably already thinking how it can easily work as quite an awesome tiny cabin for full-time simple living, right?

It’s a 16′ prefabricated log cabin with a dome shape. It also has an enclosed entryway. So what do you think about turning this structure into your own dream tiny home? If you’d like, let us know in the comments and either way please enjoy and re-share below.

The Toulouse Pavilion Tiny House Kit

The Toulouse Pavilion Tiny House

Images © Logcabins-uk.uk

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Images © Logcabins-uk.uk

If you wanted you can add gutters to the design along with a rainwater collection system. If you’re interested I encourage you to learn more about the Toulouse Pavilion cabin below.

Learn more: http://www.logcabins-uk.uk/toulouse.html


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  • Laurentia
    July 6, 2015, 7:08 pm

    So, after visiting the site and looking over the pics, I can say with some certainty that there are no bathroom facilities in the plans. So, not much for the tiny house market, there. The shape is terrific! I’ve got a grain bin I’d like to turn into guest quarters at our hobby farm that would follow similar idea (except I’d give them someplace to ‘go’).

    • Chris
      July 7, 2015, 4:27 pm

      Wouldn’t take much tweaking to get a bathroom in it or as an added room. That entry porch would convert into a hallway with no fuss. Or move the entrance, and convert the porch into a bathroom. Easy fix for this one. Great design.

    • Jeanne
      November 1, 2017, 1:25 am

      The small room off the front entrance should be the bathroom. There is one of these on Fawn Island in the St. Clair River, Ontario, Canada. That room is the bathroom. Accessible from the house and from a door on the outside. Family that owns it uses this as their cottage in the summer. Outside bathroom entrance because it is used as a change room for swimming.

  • CathyAnn
    July 6, 2015, 8:45 pm

    This is a very nice design that could easily be turned into a tiny home. A small bathroom could easily be incorporated into it, in my mind, on the second floor, or even the first floor. After looking at all of the THOW’s, an efficient bathroom doesn’t have to take up a lot of square footage. There are a lot of possibilities here according to one’s preferences.

    Three features I really like is the entrance, the circular staircase, and all of the windows.

    • Eric
      February 18, 2016, 4:14 am

      Dump the spiral staircase and put in a dumb waiter and I’d be interested. And no, that is NOT an insult to waiters… go look up the term if you are unfamiliar with it.

      • Dorothy
        December 18, 2016, 1:20 pm

        So how would you get upstairs to you bedroom? Dumbwaiters aren’t for people.

        • Jodi Baca
          October 28, 2017, 6:30 pm

          Dorothy, you’re funny and right all in one.
          I can see several places to add a full bathroom, as well as a toilet and sink upstairs.
          However, I could live without the dumbwaiter!

  • Lynnette
    July 6, 2015, 10:52 pm

    Toss in a nice bath and I’m sold!

  • Alan Gaber
    July 7, 2015, 1:37 am

    Yes! Please help me keep up to date on tiny house developments.

  • Sparrow
    July 7, 2015, 1:21 pm

    If a decent bathroom could be added to this house, I’d definitely go for this. So charming, so well-designed. A real winner!

  • two crows
    July 7, 2015, 4:46 pm

    If my calculations are correct, the house is 415.5 sq ft [about 207 per floor?] Certainly large enough to be used for a TH. The only question, then, is where to add the bathroom. A wet room should certainly be doable.

    Well, one more question, actually: The list price is in pounds so – – would it be available on this side of the Atlantic? I doubt it.

  • Corina Rose
    July 7, 2015, 5:49 pm

    This design is similar to Deltec homes in North Carolina. While they have large fancy homes they also have smaller models, one and two stories.
    Another option is Smiling Woods Yurts at Smilingwoodsyurts.com
    A canadian option is Mandalacustomshomes.com Check them out they all have different possibilities.
    Corina Rose

  • Rico
    July 8, 2015, 1:18 pm

    This looks to be a shell with no insulation, so geared more to seasonal usage or warm areas. Like the timber framing, but not for norther climates without substantial changes.

  • dea
    July 8, 2015, 4:08 pm

    I really like the look of it

  • Glema
    July 8, 2015, 6:13 pm

    One could put a potty under the stairs and hide it with the plant and a wrap around bamboo type walling? Just a thought, put the plant on wheels so you can move it in and out of the way when needed, like a door:) Just a thought after all.

  • Susanne
    July 9, 2015, 3:11 am

    So beautiful on the outside!
    For me to save on the costs though I’d have to consider a less costly version of a Yurt.

  • kim
    July 9, 2015, 11:10 am

    What If You Can’t Do Or Want Stairs?

  • July 10, 2015, 3:49 pm

    I like this a lot, and with that entry hall it would be easy to add another room or even a second tower.

  • William Hoskins
    August 9, 2015, 12:19 am

    I’m with jenny smith, perhaps install insulation and Drywall in between the timber frame, floor and ceiling joists, the timbers are deep enough that one wouldn’t ruin the architectural integrity,

  • October 16, 2015, 6:28 pm

    We can supply this building – as you want it, this building, imags and plans – were one clients wishes M what are your wishes ! See comments that it could have been like this or like that – and it would have suited the individual ! But these buildings are all made to order, we are not tellng you it has to be like this – simply showing you what has been thought of and done before – if you can imagine it – we can supply and build it M

  • Karen
    December 4, 2015, 5:13 am

    Is there any way to purchase this kit or similar in the United States? I am completely in love with it!!!

  • Gabrielle Charest
    March 2, 2016, 3:33 pm

    Attractive shape but I would have to paint some of that wood. Adding a bathroom would make it perfect.

  • Trish Dee
    March 8, 2016, 10:19 am

    Like the Log Cabon Scotland comment above, this is a custom log cabin. So, add the bathroom you want, redo the layout, add on if you need more space. The fact is this cabin is well made and can be anything you like. Although I prefer a painted inside to brighten things up, the wood in this cabin is growing me. If I could afford to have Log Cabon Scotland build me one, I would. Thanks for sharing it.

  • Ed Tills
    June 21, 2016, 9:28 pm

    If this has a decent bath, I might consider it. I have a nice piece of recreational property and it needs a nice small house on it.

  • Marsha Cowan
    October 28, 2017, 5:54 pm

    Wow! Very cool!

  • Nerida
    November 1, 2017, 10:42 am

    Fell in love with the exterior. But oh dear who in their right mind puts the dining area on one floor and the kitchen on another.

    I know I know you dont have to do that arrangement. So yes I can see myself in this but not with spiral stairs. For some unknown reason I have a great propensity for falling down stairs.

    I would go with the dumb waiter I think.

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