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Expect to be wowed by the wonderful bathroom that fits in this unique tiny house

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The Quebec City region in Canada is home to this beautiful tiny house, built by Minimaliste Houses. Although their website is available both in French and English, they can be found easily on Facebook and Instagram.
This home with its 10 foot wide glass patio doors is stunning. Le Chene’s home is 34 feet long by 10 feet wide with a bedroom in the loft. According to the company, it is also a large house on wheels.

A smart array of crisp, sharp photographs also helped to make this classy little home appear even bigger. Take a look at Le Chene, but be warned: it’s a stunner both inside and outside.
This shot from the bedroom loft gives a good overview of the tour. On the left side of the photo, you can see the staircase (notice the banister). The kitchen has a lot of floor space as well as cabinet space and lots of windows. What you cannot see is that this tiny house is heated by a wood stove and through the flooring. This ensures that heat is evenly distributed throughout the house. La Chene, according to Minimaliste Houses, “has the most complicated heating system, radiant floors, and its water off the grid. Even with a bath, it has a 250-gallon tank that is integrated for drinking water.”
The pipes will not freeze even at -40 degrees.
Even with a toaster, a coffee maker and a toaster, there is still plenty of space on the counter for preparing food. Comparing the photo above with this one tells you the story of the table in the end of the house. When not in use, it folds away.

This is the reverse view. This photo was taken from the living area. The size of the wood stove is impressive.
The stairs have storage compartments that go all the way to the floor. According to the website of the company, this photo shows a sliding barn door in the bathroom.

The choice to leave the tub pipes outside adds an elegant, unique touch to your bathroom.
It’s starting to look as if the company name Minimaliste could be changed to “Extravagant.” A tiny house is lucky to have a bathroom big enough for a vanity and a throw-rug.

You can never have too many shots of a bathroom — any argument there?​
This sleeping loft is located above the bathroom under a slanted ceiling.

Last but not least is the living room which has been converted into a spare bed.