This new model by Baluchon meets the strict size requirements of a French tiny house while maintaining a relatively comfortable interior layout. It sleeps a family of four inside – as long as the kids don’t mind sharing a sofa bed.
This new model by Baluchon meets the strict size requirements of a French tiny house while maintaining a relatively comfortable interior that’s also filled with light thanks to generous glazing. It serves as a vacation rental and sleeps a family of four – as long as the kids don’t mind sharing a sofa bed.
La Salamandre is based on a double-axle trailer and measures a total length of 6 m (19.6 ft). It’s finished in cedar and topped by an aluminum roof, and it gets power from a standard RV-style hookup.
Visitors enter into the home directly next to a coat rack and storage unit and the decor is an unfussy mixture of spruce, oak, and pine. The living room contains a three-seater sofa bed that sleeps one adult or two children, plus there’s a small coffee table nearby that can be stashed away if not needed.
The kitchen is next to this area and is very basic, with just a sink, fridge, and some cabinetry installed. A microwave oven is included, but the tiny house is being used as a vacation rental, and the hosts provide meals as part of the package. There’s also a small drop-down dining table adjacent to the kitchen. The kitchen area connects to a bathroom which is very snug and contains a sink, shower, and toilet.