This Incredible Tiny House Cafe Is A True Work Of Art

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Beautiful to behold, this spectacular tiny house cafe is a remarkable specimen of skilled labour and artistic vision. Chantal and Mike are a truly dynamic duo, one with a dream of starting a boutique coffee shop and the other with a zeal for eco-tiny house building.

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When these unique passions were combined to create Le Bon cafe, a wonderful and rare work of functional art was the result. Somewhere between a food truck and a tiny house, this 85-square-foot unit built atop a trailer is loaded with a refrigerator, freezer, water tank and espresso machine.

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Its aesthetic and shape further complicate pinning it down. If discovered in the woods, you might assume you had stumbled upon a hobbit abode. From straight on, it could be mistaken for an oversized, decorative egg.

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From either side, it resembles a giant barrel of whiskey toppled over. (A whiskey barrel with windows, mind you. And shingles. OK, so maybe the whiskey barrel is a stretch).

The project, of course, had its challenges. The curved roof created headaches and unforeseen delays. “We anticiapted it being finished over two months ago,” Berot says. “But it’s just one of those things that we both realized was worth doing right. And now we have something really special in the end.”