French tiny house builder Baluchon has recently completed the Hauméa Tiny House. It is distinguished by its unique wooden exteriors and contrasting green accent. Built on a 6-meter long trailer, it can sleep 3 to 5 persons on the mezzanine level.
Its gabled roof design with light wood paneling creates an appealing look on the outside. Just like their previous Astrild tiny house, it also has a planter stand on the exterior. One side has a small glazed extension that enlarges the office space from inside and brings in natural light as well.
Just next to the entrance is the living room with a convertible bench and an office nook on the side. The creative wall mounted shelves above the seating area look cool, while wooden ceiling design also adds an elegant touch to the interior design.
In the middle of the tiny house is a kitchen with two large oak worktops on each side, hob, and oven, as well as plenty of storage space. The bathroom lies on the other end of the tiny house. It has a wardrobe and several shelves with seagrass bins for storing clothes.
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Upstairs is the mezzanine that is divided into two sleeping spaces separated by a partial partition. The loft space is secured using a custom-made steel and stainless steel balustrade. The loft bedroom also has windows on a side, providing the space with natural light and outside views.
Baluchon has built the Hauméa tiny house for Célia and Damien. It is currently located in Nantes city, France.