A family's unique tiny home uses wool and hemp for insulation

A family's unique tiny home uses wool and hemp for insulation

Little households appear in many styles and measurements, but for a wandering family of three, the Valhalla little property is just the right suit. Crafted by French small residence builder Baluchon, this wood-clad tiny house on wheels is a light-weight composition that measures just under 20 toes extensive on the other hand, a spectacular place-strategic inside, which includes two bedrooms, makes you forget about all about its itsy-bitsy measurement.

tiny home clad in cedar panels with white trim and blue-framed round windows

Clad in red cedar with white and teal accents, the Valhalla tiny house emits a present day cabin sense from the outdoors. 3 porthole-model windows together with a series of clerestory windows on each facet give the style and design a contemporary edge and brighten the inside normally. To create an power-effective shell, the household is insulated with sustainable materials such as sheep’s wool for the ground, cotton, linen and hemp in the walls and wood fiber in the ceiling.

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aerial view of interior with lofted living room and lofted bedroom on each end

an elevated living area with brown sofa

The interior is clad in gentle spruce panels, which aid to make the compact space truly feel larger. The front doorway opens to the totally-geared up kitchen area area complete with customized cupboards, a fridge, a sink and a two-burner propane stove. On the adjacent wall, a slender desk serves as a function or dining area.

compact kitchen with dark gray cabinets and butcher block countertops

queen-sized bed with yellow and white blankets

The learn bedroom, which has enough area for a a double bed, is situated on a sleeping loft arrived at by a set of floating stairs higher than the desk. On the other facet of the home, yet another elevated platform homes the living place. Underneath the living area on the floor ground, a modest area is found proper next to the kitchen area. Divided from the communal house by curtains, this compact region is well-lit and great for a child’s home, visitor quarters or more storage.

+ Baluchon

Via Tiny Home Talk

Images by Vincent Bouhours by way of Baluchon

tiny home clad in cedar panels with white trim and teal front door