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Tiny House Elèbore with Creative Living Room Loft


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Baluchon recently released pictures of one of their gorgeous new build, the Elèbore, which they built for a couple as their full-time residence. This unique build has the living room in the loft area, with the bedroom tucked underneath. There’s a small pocket door to separate the bedroom from the rest of the space.

The living room has a couch that turns into an additional sleeping space, as well as an office desk. On the main level, you’ll find a kitchen, woodstove, and finally a bathroom with a shower stall and composting toilet. As always, Baluchon created an absolutely gorgeous home on wheels!

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New Baluchon Tiny House w/ Unique Loft Design

Tiny house Elèbore 10

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The living room sits in the “loft” area above the bedroom.

Tiny house Elèbore 20

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It doubles as a desk/office space.

Tiny house Elèbore 19

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The couch becomes a secondary sleeping area for guests.

Tiny house Elèbore 15

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The cabinet color in here is just perfect!

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You can see the split loft area here.

Tiny house Elèbore

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A small storage shelf over the bathroom is handy.

Tiny house Elèbore 21

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The steps break away here to allow for additional storage.

Tiny house Elèbore 18

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The sliding door goes into the bedroom.

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The loft living room has a cozy desk area.

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The mini wood stove hovers over the kitchen space.

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There’s a kitty drawer under the fireplace.

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You can crawl into this cozy bedroom.

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I love the fun wall design here.

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Here’s the sneaky litterbox!

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The composting toilet is the same green as the other cabinets.

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There’s a spacious shower stall.

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The “Poopstep” folds out when you need it.

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I love this huge window here!

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The exterior is a lovely blend of wood and metal.

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Details:

The Elèbore has a fairly atypical layout in the world of tiny houses, since the living room is located upstairs while the bedroom is below. Its large windows offer a good dose of light and projection to the outside.

The house is accessed through the kitchen, in which there is a unit with an oak worktop and everything you need to prepare delicious meals. A wood stove and its maintenance accessories are also present in this space. A drawer is dedicated to the needs of the cat and its belongings (litter, food, toys, etc.)

A four-step staircase with storage provides access to the living room. The first two steps are removable and this module acts as a step to access the storage spaces located at height.

The mezzanine is secured by a large spruce screen. A comfortable office is located just behind. In the living room there is also a convertible sofa, an oak coffee table and large storage niches.

The bedroom on the ground floor accommodates a 160x200cm bed and can be closed with a sliding door.

The bathroom located at the end of the tiny house has an 80x80cm shower as well as dry toilets with stainless steel bucket, shavings compartment and Poopstep (physiological step stool). A storage space is located above this room.

Camille and Gladys are the owners of this tiny house which was delivered to the east of France. This is their main home.

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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  • February 14, 2024, 2:57 pm

    Absolutely LOVE this design. Have long wanted to put the loft over the bedroom, but only ever found one example of this, in a small 11ft shipping container conversion.

    Locating the bedroom down low makes so much sense. Heat rises, so why not sleep in the coolest part of the house rather than the warmest?

    • James D.
      February 16, 2024, 1:14 pm

      Well, there’s examples like when it gets uncomfortably cold at night… It’s not always going to be the case that the lower bed is preferable in all situations and that small of a wood stove will only run for a few hours at most before needing to be refueled and wouldn’t be adequate for a long night’s sleep…

      Some people are also more susceptible to the cold than others for what they may prefer…

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