Baluchon is one of the most reliable tiny house builders across the globe. The French tiny house company has earned a strong reputation among buyers courtesy of its spacious designs that do not comprise functionality. Another micro dwelling by Baluchon that balances elegant design and top-notch features is the Solaris tiny house on wheels.
Measuring 19.6 feet long, the tiny house is built on a double-axle trailer. It is finished in a wooden frame and cedar cladding and uses cotton, linen, and hemp for insulation. A glass door welcomes you inside the house that features a kitchen, living room, loft bedroom, and bathroom. The kitchen is inarguably the biggest highlight of the tiny house. Equipped with an oven with a four-burner stove, fridge/freezer, sink, and a folding space-saving oak table, the kitchen is supremely functional.
Adjacent is the living room which isn’t very spacious but comes furnished with a bench with a sofa and a large wardrobe for storage. A sliding door paves the way to the bathroom which comprises a shower and toilet. There are two lofts in the Solaris tiny house: The primary loft is accessible via a removable ladder and functions as a bedroom. It includes a double bed that sleeps two people in a breeze.
The second loft lies above the living room but it primarily functions as a storage room. Baluchon generally designs one-off builds for clients on order, so we assume it won’t be available for purchase. However, if you want to have glimpses of more such gorgeous abodes, hop on to the company’s official website or visit our collective of finest tiny houses out there.
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