Baluchon is famous for producing tiny houses that reflect architectural intelligence and the Martolod does exactly the same. It is a well-built tiny house on wheels that can be taken around wherever the residents wish to go. The design and appearance of this tiny house on wheels are quite classy and that is what makes it more desirable. The exterior puts on a fine display of class and you get a dual toned cladding in red cedar and black aluminium as well as a dual gable roof.
The colour scheme of black and brown creates a contemporary theme while the structural design aids in making it pass as an elite tiny house. Most tiny houses don’t showcase many style factors embedded in the exterior and only focus on the interior design but the Martolod has various aesthetic elements that add on to the house’s overall beauty. A small chimney present in the black roof along with an aluminium marine anchor affixed in the front wall looks very elegant. A small aluminium planter which is also coated in black is placed beneath the window.
The interiors are thoughtfully curated and instantly make you feel at home. In the living room, you’ll find a chic sofa that lets the residents lounge comfortably while the cabinet placed opposite to it has multiple compartments and proves to be an excellent storage facility. It fits well in the contemporary theme and also provides utility. On top of this cabinet is a wood stove fireplace that acts as an interior décor item while letting the residents make the most of it by keeping themselves warm. The loft above the living room is given as an extra storage space for storing your goods and chattels.
The galley kitchen allows the residents to enjoy the abundance of elbow room and also comes bearing multiple great amenities. The two kitchen counters hold a three burner gas hob, a sink, and an electric hot water tank and an oven. There is also a refrigerator present to finish the look. One of the most attractive features of the Martolod is the space saving fold down table that doubles up as a dining table for 3.
There is a shower cubicle with glass doors in the bathroom along with a dry toilet with a stainless steel bucket. Another great space saving feature of the Martolod is the oak staircase that leads you up to the bedroom loft comes with built-in storage compartments. The sleeping loft can easily accommodate up to two people as it holds a double bed and two small tables.
The Martolod is a very attractive tiny house which is equipped with a myriad of space saving amenities, making this a steal deal!