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Tiny House Mogote by Baluchon in France


This is the Tiny House Mogote built by the French company, Baluchon. As with all Baluchon’s creations, this home is absolutely stunning.

Inside the 20-foot-long tiny house on wheels, you’ll find a kitchen, living room with sleeper sofa, and a spacious bathroom with a wardrobe. The bedroom is up in the loft, accessible via a ladder that pulls out when necessary.

Enjoy the photo tour of this lovely home, which now belongs to their customer, Marion. It’s parked not far from the Baluchon workshop.

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Modern French Tiny House on Wheels by Baluchon

Tiny House Mogote by Baluchon in France

Images via Baluchon

From the very first picture, this home is lovely.

Tiny House Mogote by Baluchon in France

Images via Baluchon

Here’s a table for two, or maybe three.

Tiny House Mogote by Baluchon in France

Images via Baluchon

Here you can see the ladder pulled out for access to the loft.

Tiny House Mogote by Baluchon in France

Images via Baluchon

The bathroom door opens into the kitchen.

Tiny House Mogote by Baluchon in France

Images via Baluchon

And here’s the ladder tucked back to allow more walking room.

Tiny House Mogote by Baluchon in France

Images via Baluchon

The living room fits a proper couch that pulls out for guest quarters.

Tiny House Mogote by Baluchon in France

Images via Baluchon

I love the large sliding glass doors that lead into the house.

Tiny House Mogote by Baluchon in France

Images via Baluchon

This loft looks so bright and spacious.

Tiny House Mogote by Baluchon in France

Images via Baluchon

Love the additional storage shelf attached to the loft.

Tiny House Mogote by Baluchon in France

Images via Baluchon

Now, these triangular bookshelves are such a cool use of space!

Tiny House Mogote by Baluchon in France

Images via Baluchon

Downstairs in the bathroom, the customer opted for a composting toilet.

Tiny House Mogote by Baluchon in France

Images via Baluchon

Then there’s a standing shower and small vanity with sink.

Tiny House Mogote by Baluchon in France

Images via Baluchon

The lines and contrasting siding colors are just fantastic. Could you live here?

Tiny House Mogote by Baluchon in France

Images via Baluchon

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Natalie C. McKee

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Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife and mama of two little kids. She and her family just purchased a small fixer-upper and are starting a self-sufficient homestead on their happy little acre.
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  • Avatar Theresa Perdue
    May 14, 2020, 7:15 am

    with the extra bit of loft it gives it a different look all through, and I really like the dark sink in the bathroom. The shelves at the headboard are so convenient. All in all it’s the little things that mean a big difference. A very nice difference

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee
      May 14, 2020, 1:07 pm

      Those shelves sold me! Such a clever addition.

  • Avatar Marcia
    May 14, 2020, 4:31 pm

    it looks to me as though the shelves are at the opposite end of the bed. If you scroll back, the yellow rug is at the foot of the bed, where the shelves appear to be. If I had to go up that ladder and then figure my way back to the bed, I would probably fall and break my neck. Nice concept for a young, agile person!

  • Avatar Stephen Hammond
    May 14, 2020, 9:04 pm

    Baluchon is always a breath of fresh air and ideas. Sure some of them seem quirky to us on this side of the pond, but also consider that they are building to a much lighter weight standard than we are required to pass and they still design wonderful tinys that give us all room to think of new ideas. I look forward to their next tiny design.

  • Avatar Maria
    May 15, 2020, 6:31 am

    Love the house except for the toilet. Great job.

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