There were rumors of Baluchon preparing to unveil a brand new tiny house on wheels. Unlike other models by the French tiny house company, this newly designed tiny house was said to be a little longer than its typical 19-foot-long configuration. After teasing the tiny house enthusiasts for days, Baluchon finally took the curtains off the 26-foot-long Gaia tiny house.
The micro-dwelling comes built on a double-axle trailer and is finished in pine cladding with aluminum accenting. A glass door welcomes you inside the gorgeous abode that is packed with loads of storage and furnishing. You’ll find an open cabinet next to the entrance where shoes, a wine holder, and a planter on top are stored. A coat rack on the other side of the door adds more elegance and functionality to the space.
Next, you are graced by an L-shaped kitchen that is equipped with a countertop, shelves, cabinets, and other storage options. A mini fridge and oven are beautifully incorporated under the countertop while the sink is adjacent to the two-burner cooktop. The kitchen also features a dining table for four people. Next is the bathroom equipped with a shower, a toilet, and a number of shelves for storing towels and cleaning products.
Opposite the kitchen is the living room of the tiny house. It is equipped with a convertible sofa bed that maximizes space during the day and sleeps guests at night. A coffee table and an armchair are placed near the sofa which radiates a traditional living room vibe. The living room is also outfitted with a number of windows that permeate both light and air to kiss the interior.
Between the kitchen and the living room is the storage unit that adjoins the steps leading to the two lofts of the tiny house. The loft above the living room can be accessed via floating steps while the secondary loft can be reached by proper storage-integrated stairs.
The two bedrooms of the Gaia tiny house sleep three people combined, courtesy of single and double mattresses in the loft above the living room and kitchen, respectively. The loft above the living room also features an oak desk and a rope balustrade while the loft above the kitchen comes equipped with two oak bedside tables, as well as a long storage unit with two drawers.
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