Baluchon Builds Contemporary Tiny Home with Skylight for Clients in France

This contemporary style tiny home is the latest one from French tiny house builder Baluchon. It is designed for clients Patricia and Jean-François. Dubbed Insubordinate tiny house, it features a relatively spacious living room, kitchen, and bathroom. A captivating feature is the roof window (skylight) above the bed to enjoy uninterrupted views of the starry night sky.

This tiny house has inclined gables and exterior cladding in different styles of wood and aluminum to stick to the contemporary style. The red trim makes an elegant combination with cladding and gives the tiny house a cool look, full of personality. Its frame is 6-meter long that fits well in the tiny house category.

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Inside, there is a cozy living room with a convertible sofa that can be turned into a bed. Next is the fully-equipped kitchen alongside a dining table for four persons. The bathroom is tucked into one end of the tiny house but it comes complete with a shower, toilet, and a hand-washing unit.

The owners have placed the Insubordinate tiny house on an open land surrounded by pine trees in the Aix-En-Provence in southern France. The house offers magnificent views of the surrounding hills from the skylight of its bedroom. Head over to Baluchon website for more details.

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