A Nautical-Themed Tiny House With A Surprisingly Spacious Interior

This stylish little Baluchon build is more than just a tiny house, although it would make a perfect symbol for this entire category of structures. It’s a very stylish and chic little house built on a 6 meter long trailer and it’s love at first sight for anyone who catches a glimpse at it. How could anyone not find it charming when it’s so full of flair and character? 

This tiny house features exterior cedar walls and a a black aluminum roof which matches the trailerView in gallery
This tiny house features exterior cedar walls and a a black aluminum roof which matches the trailer

The red cedar siding and black aluminum roof complemented by matching door and window frames make this little house on wheels look incredibly cozy and welcoming. 

There's multiple windows of different shapes and sizes on each side of this tiny houseView in gallery
There’s multiple windows of different shapes and sizes on each side of this tiny house

The entrance is marked by a glass panel door with a metal anchor displayed above it and a cute window planter on the side. The anchor symbolizes the owner’s love for the sea and the subtle nautical theme which applied when decorating and personalizing this charming mobile home. Step inside and even more beautiful details are revealed. The interior looks and feels surprisingly spacious for a tiny house and this was possible through a combination of clever furniture design and good layout planning. 

The black aluminum roof seamlessly blends into the loft wallsView in gallery
The black aluminum roof seamlessly blends into the loft walls

Everything inside is in plain sight and yet there’s all sorts of cool hidden features. There’s a clear open pathway linking the front door to the back of this little house, where the bathroom is. On one side of the door is a comfy couch and on the other is a storage module with a tiny wood-burning stove on top of it.

The owner's love for the sea is represented through a series of stylish decorations like the nautical anchor View in gallery
The owner’s love for the sea is represented through a series of stylish decorations like the nautical anchor
Inside there's a clever storage loft area just above the front doorView in gallery
Inside there’s a clever storage loft area just above the front door
The bedroom loft is fully open to the main floor areaView in gallery
The bedroom loft is fully open to the main floor area
The dining table is positioned in front of a large window for a nice view of the outdoorView in gallery
The dining table is positioned in front of a large window for a nice view of the outdoor
The couch is pushed against the corner right at the entrance for easy access outside View in gallery
The couch is pushed against the corner right at the entrance for easy access outside
A little wood-burning stove makes this little house feel warm and cozy all year roundView in gallery
A little wood-burning stove makes this little house feel warm and cozy all year round
The drop-leaf dining table can be tucked away when not needed, creating more open spaceView in gallery
The drop-leaf dining table can be tucked away when not needed, creating more open space
The bulk storage area is actually inside the staircase View in gallery
The bulk storage area is actually inside the staircase

A set of stairs with built-in storage cubbies and drawers lead up to the bedroom loft and also partially hide the kitchen which is tucked behind them. There’s also a drop-leaf table which can be extended into a cute little dining setup whenever needed. As for the sleeping area, although it has a low ceiling it feels very bright and open thanks to the numerous windows framing it. 

Another reason why this tiny house feels so spacious and inviting is because of the color and texture of the wallsView in gallery
Another reason why this tiny house feels so spacious and inviting is because of the color and texture of the walls
The sleeping area has windows on both sides and no railing to obstruct the view of the floor belowView in gallery
The sleeping area has windows on both sides and no railing to obstruct the view of the floor below