French company Baluchon has unveiled its latest Martolod Tiny house built for a sea lover. Much like its other builds, this one also features two-tone cladding in black aluminum and red cedar. There is a marine anchor and a small planter adorning the front of the tiny house. A small chimney pipe rising from the roof also adds a cool touch to the overall aesthetic.
On the inside just next to the entrance is a lounge area with a comfortable sofa in front of a wood-burning fireplace. This space also accommodates custom-built furniture with three large storage drawers, a compartment to store firewood and a mini wine cellar that holds up to ten bottles.
Next is the kitchenette, the dining area and staircase to the mezzanine that serves as the main bedroom. The stairs are creatively utilized for storage. There is also a bathroom with a shower towards the end. The color scheme keeps the interior space bright and elegant.
Its owner Guillaume lives all year round in the Martolod Tiny house in Brittany. Currently, it is placed in the Ty tiny house village in Saint-Brieuc, France.