French company La Maison Qui Chemine has unveiled its latest achievement, a tiny house that has recently been installed on constructible land in downtown Dol de Brittany. Named the Tiny Doll, it is a small ecological house featuring a spacious terrace on one side.
The Tiny Doll measures 660 x 255 x 410 cm (L,W,H) and weighs 3,450 kg. It can sleep up to four people in its two loft bedrooms. Accessed through the staircase, the first mezzanine bedroom with wardrobe and desk is for adults while the enclosed mezzanine serves as children’s room.
There is also a cozy living room space, kitchen, retractable table and bathroom with shower and toilet to ensure full comfort to the residents. The entire living space is decked in minimalist white and rustic colors, accentuated with a light shade of green on the inside.
This tiny house on foundation is equipped with modern comforts including a wood stove, AC, wardrobe, and pantry. Sliding windows in mezzanines, double entrance door, and presence detection lamps are some other cool features that make living within the Tiny Doll exciting and convenient at the same time.
The Tiny Doll is an off-shoot of the company’s earlier MH2 model and has been customized to meet the requirements of the client. It sports a cool rustic look on the outside while the interior is thoughtfully utilized to include different amenities.
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