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Their Baluchon Tiny House with Mesh Catwalk


This Baluchon build makes use of some of the company’s best design features, like their mesh catwalk that allows for sunlight to filter through the house and access between the lofts! Everything looks stunning as usual from Baluchon, and there are special hooks on the exterior for hanging plants.

The living room has a fold-down couch and a hidden projector screen for movie nights. The oak tables fold up or down depending on what’s needed, and there’s a full kitchen perfect for fixing homemade meals. What a beautiful spot.

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Romain and Soizic’s Full-Time Tiny Home from Baluchon

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The robin’s egg blue roof and trim is stunning.

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The beautiful blue carries into the interior too.

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How do you like this dark apron-front sink?

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The staircase gives you lots of storage!

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It looks like there’s a projector system in the living area.

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The table folds down against the wall.

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Time for dinner!

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The bathroom is at the back of the tiny house, near the kitchen.

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There’s open shelving for your coffee cups, etc.

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There’s a bowl sink in the bathroom, how do you like it?

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Gorgeous tiled shower.

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Custom-built composting toilet.

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Main loft with an awesome mural.

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The second loft is set up for a child.

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Built-in bookshelf and mesh catwalk to get to and from each loft.

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Here’s the mesh catwalk and rope railing. What do you think?

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This is the Kalzennig from Baluchon.

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Highlights:

  • Mesh catwalk with rope railing
  • Apron-front sink
  • Gas stove/oven
  • Large fridge/freezer
  • Dry toilet
  • Compact shower stall
  • Fold-down futon bed
  • Two lofts
  • Built-in bookshelves

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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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  • Dawn
    April 3, 2022, 6:35 pm

    Love it! Liking the color scheme too, which goes well with the mesh catwalk. I was wondering what the total square footage is on this beautiful little home?

    • James D.
      April 4, 2022, 5:24 pm

      They don’t say but indirectly, in comments (they appear to only be active/responsive on their FB page), they’ve stated the house measures approximately 2.13m (just under 7′) wide indoors. Walls are 170mm (~6.69″) thick and include 80mm thick cotton-linen-hemp panels and trailer is 6m (~19′ 8″)… So basically equivalent to an 8′ x 20′ THOW…

      A tiny house on wheels in France cannot exceed 3.5 t (basically their overweight threshold limit before needing permits, special license, etc). So they try to make tiny houses of what they consider reasonable size, about 6m long, with solid walls, good insulation, solid and durable materials. They focus more on the quality and lifespan of the house than on increasing its dimensions and much of what they do is focused on the environment, using as much natural materials as possible, and minimizing their impact on the environment.

      Though, this does mean they’re pretty exclusive to operating in France and would consider delivery to neighboring country but nothing beyond as shipping further would be too wasteful and counter to reducing their environmental impact.

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