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Sunbathing In Your Tiny House With A Sliding Roof: The Cécile

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We have shown you already many types of tiny houses on the www.whatsorb.com site but again we found one with a new feature; 'a sliding roof'. The French company ‘Optinid build the Cécile with the nickname: The head in the stars! A tiny house which has a sliding roof. When open you can watch the stars from your bed or take a sunbath without moving to your terrace.
There is also a new model from the Cécile but with a different exterior. It provides a additional loft which gives even more space.

About the tiny house Cécile

Tiny house Cécile on a meadow with a brown horse

Photo by: Optinid/Agence Argo

The  tiny houses trailer is 6 meters long and 2.55 meters wide. The exterior of the Cécile is clad in fir siding with black polycarbonate accents. The layout is as follows. If you enter the Cécile you have the living room at your right. Opposite the entrance door is a small kitchen and a retractable dining table. At the far left of the tiny house is the bathroom with shower and a separate toilet.

(Also interesting: The Devasa Tiny House Raises The Roof)

Interior tiny house Cécile with table, woman sitting on the stair

Photo by: Optinid/Agence Argo

The staircase has a double function. It brings you to the main bedroom with the sliding roof. In the staircase is storage integrated and it also can function as a desk.



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Interior tiny house Cécile with stair, table and kitchen

Photo by: Optinid/Agence Argo

From the main bedroom area the sling roof can be opened to catch the sun or watch the stars.

Main bed from the tiny house Cécile with sheets

Image by: Optinid/Agence Argo

If you have guests who will stay overnight they can sleep at the second loft which can be accessed by a ladder. At this loft are also some shelves where you can store stuff.

The tiny house Cécile can be powered by solar panels and what is special is the insulation which is made from recycled clothing.
The starting price for the Cécile is €54,000 (around US$62,500).

By: Optinid/Agence Argo

http://www.optinid.fr/2-non-categorise/33-tiny-house-cecile

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Sunbathing In Your Tiny House With A Sliding Roof: The Cécile

We have shown you already many types of tiny houses on the www.whatsorb.com site but again we found one with a new feature; 'a sliding roof'. The French company ‘Optinid build the Cécile with the nickname: The head in the stars! A tiny house which has a sliding roof. When open you can watch the stars from your bed or take a sunbath without moving to your terrace. There is also a new model from the Cécile but with a different exterior. It provides a additional loft which gives even more space. About the tiny house Cécile Photo by: Optinid/Agence Argo The  tiny houses trailer is 6 meters long and 2.55 meters wide. The exterior of the Cécile is clad in fir siding with black polycarbonate accents. The layout is as follows. If you enter the Cécile you have the living room at your right. Opposite the entrance door is a small kitchen and a retractable dining table. At the far left of the tiny house is the bathroom with shower and a separate toilet. ( Also interesting:  The Devasa Tiny House Raises The Roof ) Photo by: Optinid/Agence Argo The staircase has a double function. It brings you to the main bedroom with the sliding roof. In the staircase is storage integrated and it also can function as a desk. {youtube}                                              Sunbathing In Your Tiny House With A Sliding Roof: The Cécile   Photo by: Optinid/Agence Argo From the main bedroom area the sling roof can be opened to catch the sun or watch the stars. Image by: Optinid/Agence Argo If you have guests who will stay overnight they can sleep at the second loft which can be accessed by a ladder. At this loft are also some shelves where you can store stuff. The tiny house Cécile can be powered by solar panels and what is special is the insulation which is made from recycled clothing. The starting price for the Cécile is €54,000 (around US$62,500). By: Optinid/Agence Argo http://www.optinid.fr/2-non-categorise/33-tiny-house-cecile All about Tiny Houses