The Pampille is a 6-meter tiny house built by Baluchon in Nantes, France. This is their first rustic tiny house with cedar shake shingles and heat-treated poplar siding. The exterior features a red metal roof, red full light entry doors, and red window frames.
The interior of the Pampille has an assortment of warm wood finishes including planed natural spruce, raw white spruce, and raw red cedar.
There is a sofa bed in the living room that is large enough to accommodate two guests. Above the sofa is a small storage loft.
Between the living room and kitchen is an oak dining table with seating for three. The oak table matches the kitchen counter and full height bookcase.
The kitchen includes a two burner gas cooktop, a small refrigerator under a cupboard, and red cabinetry that matches the window frames. A beautiful box beam ceiling adds a nice bit of charm to the kitchen.
A staircase with three floating steps leads up to the bedroom loft. The loft has a removable partition so the owners can have either one large room or divide the room to create a space for a child. This will allow them to adjust as they begin their family.
In the bathroom is a 80x80cm shower, dry toilet with red cedar cover, and a large closet with room to store clothes and shoes.
For more information about the Pampille, please contact Baluchon.
Images © Baluchon
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