Designed and built by the creative minds of Baluchon, Le Petit Prince is a stellar tiny house on wheels that is loaded with a myriad of utilitarian features and facilities. The aim of this house is to let the residents live comfortably but also live in style. The exterior indicates the abundance of space that this house has to offer as the entire house spans over a decent amount of area.
Le Petit Prince’s black and brown exteriors are built with expertise and put on a classy display. The partnership of classic lap siding with board and batten siding gives this house a contemporary touch. The use of zinc in the board and batten portion of the exterior shows the use of quality choice of materials as it is an extremely durable metal. Zinc can live on for 80-100 years which is what makes this house’s exterior easy to maintain and the entire house very long lasting.
The gable roof prevents rainwater damage and also adds on to the beauty of Le Petit Prince’s external facets. The glass windows prove to be especially helpful in brightening the interior’s aura. People who love warm and radiant houses would be easily enticed at the sight of this tiny treasure as the number of windows installed in Le Petit Prince pour plenty of natural light inside the house and also let the residents enjoy the picturesque views of the outside world.
The interiors are strategically painted in a nice light brown colour that almost blends into a peachy tone to make the place seem cleaner and more pleasant. The house has a welcoming vibe and makes people feel at home. The sconce lights affixed on the wall may have a part to play in deciding the vibe of the house as they are a practical as well as a pretty electrical appliance that also doubles up as a piece of interior décor. The main floor offers seating space for 3 people through the means of a square table and 3 chairs that is primarily used as a dining table.
The lack of a couch for lounging is very prominent here and this may pose as a slight drawback that can be easily overcome by placing a small loveseat or adjusting an armchair in this setup. The kitchen has hotplates, an oven, a stainless steel sink and faucet combination and a chest style fridge that together fulfil their purpose while an array of cabinets and drawers provide additional storage space.
Le Petit Prince’s exterior appearance is quite appealing and we particularly admire the choice of material used in making this house as that is what ensures the durability and longevity of this tiny house.