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Tiny House Salamander: Baluchon Builds a Vacation THOW


Built as a vacation property that sits at Combe Rossignol in France, this Baluchon build features the same excellent craftsmanship we’ve seen from so many other builds from this company.

It has tons of windows that let in plenty of light and allow you to really enjoy the beauty of the outdoors. There’s a convertible sofa that doubles as a second bed, while the main bedroom is in the loft.

The kitchen is compact since there’s food available on site, and the bathroom covers all the bases!

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20 Foot Tiny House Built w/ Vacation in Mind

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The green trim looks stunning against a natural background

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Stunning spruce paneling brings so much light.

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That yellow couch is the perfect pop of color!

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And it becomes another sleeping area.

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Lots of space to sit and eat in such a little space.

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What’s for dinner?

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Meals are provided at the vacation spot where the THOW sits, thus the compact kitchen.

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Staircase doubles as open storage.

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Nice hanging area when you first walk in.

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Hang up your coat and get comfy!

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Composting toilet in the bathroom.

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Nice-sized shower.

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Love this tiny sink.

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The loft looks incredibly spacious.

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What a cool combination of shingles and clapboards.

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What do you think?

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Highlights:

  • FRAME
  • Baluchon trailer with paint option.
  • Useful length 6 meters.
  • FRAME
  • Spruce class 2.
  • INSULATION
  • Cotton, linen and hemp for the floor, the walls
  • and the ceiling.
  • WINDOWS AND DOOR
  • Mixed wood / aluminum joinery.
  • Double glazing.
  • HARDWARE STORE
  • Würth.
  • RAIN GUARD AND STEAM BRAKE
  • Proclimat rain screen and OuatEco vapor barrier (hygrovariable).
  • APPLIANCES
  • De Dietrish electric hot water tank , Klarstein refrigerator. Electric heating.
  • PARQUET / FLOOR
  • Heat treated solid Landes pine and solid spruce.
  • Blades screwed onto joists and glazed.
  • BLANKET
  • Aluminum trays with standing joints.
  • CLADDING
  • Cladding cedar with
  • UV saturator. Aluminum trays covering with standing joints.
  • PANELING
  • É white raw Picea natural planed spruce.
  • LAYOUT
  • Solid oak and spruce.
  • VENTILATION
  • Lunos double-flow CMV + air extractor.
  • ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
  • Legrand switchgear and LED lighting.

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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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