French tiny house firm Baluchon recently completed a new model named the Solaris.

Despite its country’s strict towing laws that require tiny houses to be small and light, the firm managed to shoehorn in a relatively spacious kitchen and dining room.isitors enter into the kitchen, which is well-proportioned by French tiny house standards and includes an oven with four-burner stove, fridge/freezer, sink, and a folding space-saving oak table.

That said, it’s still rather underwhelming compared to the larger tiny houses across the pond in North America, some of which boast additions like a dishwasher and washing machines.The living room area lies nearby. This looks quite small and consists of a sofa with a large wardrobe used for storage. Further into the home is the bathroom, which is reached by sliding door. This contains a shower and toilet.