Eucalyptus tiny house is the latest single-story creation by Baluchon. Built on a double-axle trailer, the tiny house measures 23 feet long, which is pretty large for European tiny house standards. Finished in red cedar cladding, the core shell is made of solid oak and spruce, while white spruce and natural planed spruce comprise the interior.
The tiny house is accessed through a large central sliding door allowing air and light in. A shoe cabinet is placed right at the doorstep so you won’t bring mud or muck inside. Visitors enter directly into the kitchen, which is well-stocked with appliances and furnishing. It is outfitted with a range of appliances from an oven and refrigerator to a two-burner cooktop and an air extractor.
Moving on to the furnishings, the kitchen features two large fitted units and several long wall shelves to store groceries, utensils, and other items. Adjacent to the kitchen’s countertop is an oak table, which can be arranged in a number of permutations and combinations.
Overall, the kitchen is supremely functional and offers loads of storage. The tiny house does not have a mezzanine/loft. The weight saved on the height of the assembly allowed Baluchon to build the house on a longer trailer.
Instead of a bedroom loft, the Eucalyptus tiny house features a main-floor bedroom that doubles as a living room. The living room features several wall shelves alongside an openwork piece of furniture and a large pull-out sofa bed.
An integrated LED strip at the top of the gable serves as a bedside lamp. On the opposite end of the house is the bathroom. It consists of a shower, toilet, and shavings compartment, alongside two storage units for clothes.
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