The Ostara is possibly one of our new favorite tiny houses and you’ll see why soon! The bright and open home was designed for a horse farm located in Toulouse, France and was built by Baluchon builders. Named after a local stable, the home is so beautiful that even the horses on the farm stop by to admire it on a regular basis. Tiny houses by Baluchon range from $61,000 to $72,000 and all offer the same quality craftsmanship shown in these pictures.
The tiny house has a striking exterior with beautiful wood siding, a black metal roof, and accents such as white siding and a large round window. A small deck comes off of the glass French doors with a covering above it
As you get close to the home, the quality of materials and craftsmanship is obvious in the details. From the steps to the siding, it’s all impeccably constructed and designed.
The home’s glass French doors are made to be opened wide to give you an indoor/outdoor environment.
As you step through the doors, you walk into the living room which is spacious with many options for storage. A large couch fits comfortably against a wood accent wall with a small kitchenette to the side. The walls and floors are kept their light natural color with darker stained pieces crossing on the ceiling.
The kitchen is next to the living room and features low-profile cabinets with wooden countertops. A mini-fridge and small cooktop are on one side of the room with storage and a large sink on the opposite side.
The counter over the mini-fridge can be extended to give additional prep room in the kitchen or to be used as extra dining space.
The home has open lines of sight and plenty of natural light through the large windows and doors including the large round window on the end of the home next to the wood burning stove and dining area.
The dining table has room for three to dine and there’s also a tall window next to it to let a fresh breeze come through.
Built-in furniture gives you a place to store books and personal items without needing more furniture.
Across from the dining area is the stove to heat the home and a winding staircase with storage cubbies leading up to a loft bedroom.
The bedroom is spacious with plenty of headroom thanks to the pitched ceiling. Wide windows can be opened up to let fresh air and natural light in and a net provides protection without adding visual bulk to the home.
Back downstairs, the bathroom is off of the kitchen behind a traditional door as opposed to a barn or pocket door.
Inside, you have a dry toilet, slim cabinet, sink, and a large shower stall with a glass door.
We love this beautiful tiny home by Baluchon and only wish they were local so we could visit their workshop!
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