This companion studio tiny house is built by Molecule Tiny Homes. If you want to create a life where you have more freedom with a tiny house but you feel like you need a little more space, this could be a simple solution for you.
I love the idea of living in a tiny house but since I run my tiny house business from home full time it doesn’t make it as easy as one might think because of shared space and distractions.
A companion studio would make it much more doable long-term because of the nearby but completely separate space to focus. This separate, quiet, and peaceful place to work on projects would be highly valuable, right? What would you use that space for?
Would a companion studio help you live better tiny? How? Take the tour of this awesome tiny house set up and let’s talk about it in the comments!
Companion Studio Tiny House – Two Tiny Homes Joined Together by a Shared Deck – A Great Way to Compliment a Tiny House!
Images © Molecule Tiny Homes
The tiny home on wheels is 8’6″ wide, 18′ long, and 13’5″ tall. It was sold for $75,000 with the decks (front and back), companion studio, and set up by Molecule Tiny Homes in California.
Let’s go inside…
This one has tile flooring which is my personal preference because I live in Florida and I also like the built-in entertainment center with shelving. This is a very livable tiny house, isn’t it?
Let’s go to the kitchen!
Again- even more, built-in storage here in the kitchen walls- I love that!
Great choice on the refrigerator, too. The bathroom is direct to the right of the kitchen. Let’s check it out.
Built-in storage, compact bathtub, definitely looks like a bathroom you’d find in a home, doesn’t it? Molecule Tiny Homes are awesome!
There’s even an additional loft that cantilevers over the front porch that you can use as a guest space for sleeping, meditation space, storage, or anything else you can think of.
Alright, let’s go outside real quick and look at the back deck. Then let’s go inside the studio tiny house. Notice that the studio has a pretty awesome loft area with dormers too! Pretty cool, right?
There’s a separate sliding glass door entrance for the studio which I think is also awesome. Alright, let’s go inside there really fast!
Yup! Another sleeping loft. So if you have guests over there’s extra sleeping space here. Or you can just use it for storage, a meditation area, or whatever you want really.
I’m really curious. What would you use this additional companion studio for alongside your very own tiny home?
If you want to hire Molecule Tiny Homes for your next project you can get in touch with them on their blog here. Just so you know, there’s probably a waiting list. But it’s worth the wait if you’re not going to build your own tiny house.
Images © Molecule Tiny Homes
This is definitely one of my top 5 favorite tiny houses ever because it packs so much value into an extremely tiny space. If you think about it, there are pretty much three bedrooms (if you count all of the lofts). And the separate shed/office/micro cabin really adds a lot of value to the deal for me because I love to be able to work from home.
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Source: http://moleculetinyhomes.blogspot.com/2012/10/garden-room-10-x-12-120-sq-ft.html (May 26, 2015)
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