One of the most widespread disadvantages of tiny homes is that the minimal space can result in a dwelling that can feel gloomy and dark, but France-based Baluchon has proven that a reduced footprint doesn't have to come at the cost of energizing sunlight with the introduction of the 'la Orana' tiny home.
Measuring only six meters in length, this particular tiny home makes generous use of glazing to help open up the visual perception of the space, whilst also encouraging every last bit of surrounding daylight to drip into the home and brighten the space. This simple but effective design choice means that what is otherwise a standard tiny home with a low ceiling feels transformed into a considerably more capacious space.
With added daylight-encouraging touches such as oversized glass doors, the 'la Orana' proves that tiny homes don't necessarily need to be shackled by the confines of their square footage, at least when it comes to creating spaces that are bright and cheerful.
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