The Saule is a 10’x22′ rustic modern tiny house built by Quebec-based Minimaliste. The home was designed for an environmentally sensitive client that needs to avoid certain building materials.
The exterior of the Saule has two tone cedar cladding in a vertical and horizontal arrangement. There is a fixed window next to the front door and a window above the door. The home is off-grid ready.
The main living area functions as an office space, living room, and dining room. There is a built-in desk for the office, a custom “gateleg” table that can expand to seat up to six people, a fold down table, and two modular chairs with storage underneath. Above the windows are wood shelves that wrap around the living room and into the kitchen.
The kitchen features a bamboo countertop, black granite sink, black stainless backsplash behind the propane range, refrigerator, and a large pull-out pantry.
In the queen bedroom loft are two shelves, a privacy wall, and an awning window.
A cedar pocket door leads into the bathroom where you’ll find a cedar ceiling, shower, dryer, vanity with medicine cabinet above, and composting toilet. There is also access to the mechanical room that houses the drinking water tank and water heater.
The Saule was $90,000 CAD fully furnished.
Make sure to check out the video tour below! For more information about the Saule, you can contact Minimaliste.
Images © Minimaliste
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