If you are a tiny living enthusiast who loves scrolling reels in search of cozy and comfy micro dwellings, you must have come across Baluchon’s tiny houses, at least once. The France-based tiny house makers design and build micro dwellings that are not just gorgeous but supremely functional as well. Piccola Casa is one such mobile habitat designed by Baluchon that radiates elegance while offering a cozy abode to its owners.
Built on a double-axle trailer, the tiny house measures 19.6 feet and comes finished in cedar and black aluminum. Upon entering inside, you’d be graced by a gorgeous living room that is bright, courtesy of large glazing allowing light to penetrate inside. The well-lit tiny house also features a sofa with integrated storage space to house essentials. In case, you receive some guests who decide to stay in your house, the sofa can double as a bed and sleep a couple of them with ease. Other than the basic features, the living room also contains six wall shelves that are located above the bench serving as a library.
Adjacent to the living room is the kitchen of the tiny house. Like all other kitchens’, it is highly functional and filled with all the necessary essentials for a living. The area comes furnished with a small dining table with stool seating for two, alongside some cabinetry and shelving. It’s further accoutered with a two-burner propane-powered stove, an oven, a sink, and a fridge. Nearby is the bathroom which is accessible by a sliding door. It includes a shower, sink, and toilet.
The tiny house also features a spacious bedroom which can be accessed via a storage-integrated staircase. Featuring a double mattress, it sleeps a couple of people alongside housing their essentials in the two large storage chests. This area is further extended by a wardrobe to store clothes and shoes. To offer a sense of security, Baluchon has added an openwork balustrade to its tiny house. Overall, it is a simple yet elegant house that seizes your attention with its functional and gorgeous interior.
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