Baluchon, a France-based micro-dwelling manufacturer stands tall and proud owing to its beautiful tiny houses. To that accord, this house on wheels will surely not go unnoticed during its travel on the roads. Essen’Ciel Tiny House is an impressive tiny house riding high on the legacy of its renowned builder.
With a useful length of 6 m (19.6 ft) and a double-axle trailer foundation, the house offers reduced carbon footprints. The exterior is clad in cedar and visually strikes a chord with the contrasting hues of the blue roof and tan wooden planks.
Upon a quick glance, the house is very close in resemblance to Mogote tiny house but only from the outside. Full-height door and windows make sure to light up the house with beautiful views and sunshine. Dedicated living areas are maintained on the interior as per the request of the owner. The builder has used sheep wool insulation for the floor and wood fiber for the ceiling.
Entering through a four-panel door, you are directed straight into the cooking area of the house. This L-shaped kitchen has modern yet basic appliances with soft-close drawers and cupboards to hide away all those kitchen goods.
Venturing on to the left through a small hallway created by the staircase and a large closet you enter the living space. An undeniable centerpiece of the living room is the striking blue wall with wooden angular branches (serving as shelves) running all over it.
The house is perfect for a family of four with multifunctional spaces and products. Its living room generates extra space via a convertible sofa and has a small desk drawer for storing your items. A compact yet functional bathroom with a hidden shower occupies space opposite the living room.
Storage-integrated stairs (two retractable) take you up to the one and only sleeping loft of the tiny house. It has space for a double bed, some storage cupboards, shelves and a rectangular window. Enveloping a space-saving design, the habitat is loaded with modern amenities for a comfortable stay. To inquire about the price and availability of this colorful house, you may visit Baluchon’s official website.
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