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Today we will show you tiny house from France.
The tiny house Le Petit Prince is the first tiny house we have made with a cover and partial zinc cladding. Zinc is a durable material (lifespan from 80 to 100 years) waterproof, malleable and very aesthetic.
It also goes well with red cedar siding.
The entrance to the tiny house leads to the living room with a table for three people to eat.
You reach the first floor by a comfortable staircase with upholstery and solid oak steps.
Multiple integrated storage allow you to optimize the volume of this piece of furniture as much as possible.
The upstairs bedroom is spacious enough to accommodate a bed for two people and possibly some removable storage chests.
The kitchen is equipped with a fridge, hob, sink, water heater and a double-flow CMV. Enough to cook good meals in a well-ventilated space.
At the back of the house is a second small bedroom for a child or even an adult (70x190cm bed).
It can also be a pleasant relaxation area with a clear view of the outside thanks to the large side window. A wardrobe and two large drawers under the bed offer a little more storage space.
Opposite is the bathroom. The pocket door allows not to encroach too much on the small room when you want to move from one room to another.
Inside, there are dry toilets with chip compartment and a 70x90cm shower.
More Details : Baluchon
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