Beautiful Tiny House on wheels with half-timbering.
The tiny house Holz Hisla (which means "small wooden house" in Alsatian), has an emblematic architecture of the East of France. Its half-timberings in burnt douglas and the croupettes at the level of its frame are typical of this region. The small chimney that protrudes only accentuates the rustic aspect of this house. A porch with solid railings provides a covered entrance for visitors. This outdoor space even has a small trunk bench to leave shoes or relax while enjoying the scenery.
The living room includes a two-seater sofa installed next to the wood stove to comfortably enjoy winter evenings by the fireplace! The ladder stored behind the front door can be placed in front of each of the two mezzanines to access it. A wardrobe as well as one of a long row, offer lots of various and varied storage. A table in two parts can accommodate two to four people for a meal. It also folds entirely along the furniture if space needs to be freed up in the room.
The kitchen furniture includes hollow clay blocks to keep bottles cool, but also a sink, storage, a fridge, as well as a gas stove to cook good meals. The worktop and table are in solid oak. The bathroom has a dry toilet with stainless steel bucket and chip compartment, as well as an 80x80 cm shower.
Upstairs are two mezzanines, one serving as a bedroom and the other as storage, relaxation, or even a guest bedroom if necessary. The tiny house Holz Hisla is located in Alsace. It is the main habitat of Alexander.
Build BY : www.tinyhouse-baluchon.fr