Cabin-Style Tiny House Wheels Baluchon

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Tiny homes can be sleek and minimal bordering on sterile, but they can also be cozy and warm, with space for just enough friendly clutter. One such tiny house is a cabin-style unit on wheels from French design company Baluchon.

Named Mogote, after the distinctively shaped limestone hills in Cuba, the house was created for a client who lives on a vineyard in Nantes, on France’s west coast.

The Mogote is based on a double-axle trailer and measures just under 20 feet long. It looks just as friendly on the outside as it does on the inside; an angled, blue aluminum roof and red cedar exterior wall give it a playful quality. 

A pair of sliding glass doors lead into the main living area, which has a fold-out sofa that sleeps two.

The kitchen includes a sink, a two-burner stove, cabinets and

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