The Traveling Castle Tiny House from France

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Today we will show you tiny house from France.

The tiny house is marked by a bi-material cladding in red cedar and aluminum. A large special window follows the shape of the gable and offers residents a beautiful projection towards the outside. 

The living room is made up of a large “comb” bench that allows you to transform the relaxation area into an extra bed for two people. Wall shelves are hung from the wall with strong leather straps. A table can eat for two or even four people when it is moved in front of the bench.   

The kitchen is particularly spacious in this tiny house and has many equipment and storage spaces. 

A niche is also integrated in one of the pieces of furniture to accommodate the four-legged companion of the owners.

The bathroom is made up of an 80x80cm shower, dry toilets with chip compartment and two twin wardrobes.

You access the first floor thanks to a solid miller’s ladder. 

On the mezzanine, a 160x200cm bed comes with a chest of drawers and a video projection screen hidden under a hatch on the floor.

Home automation is present in this house because all the lights in the house can be controlled by the track or via the Netatmo application.

The tiny house Le Château Ambulant is located in Brittany.

It is the main habitat of Julien and Cindy.

More Details : Baluchon

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