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I was so excited to see this video released by Kirsten Dirksen of Faircompanies where she takes you inside the world of Molecule Tiny Homes.

In it you’ll get a complete tour with Jason Dietz (owner/builder) as he shows you an amazingly built (and designed) 136 sq. ft. tiny home.

You’ll also get a glimpse at one of his largest tiny house builds, too…

Molecule Tiny Homes Tour

I encourage you to enjoy the video tour and interview below:

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I think you’ll like this tiny house because it’s unique, modern and simple.

It’s a surf shack on wheels by Molecule Tiny Homes.

You might remember them from the tiny home with the flip up porch/deck.

According to their original post, it was custom built for a surfer.

At a first glance (below) it looks as if it’s going to be dark inside because of the small windows.

But if you open the door and walk in, you’d be surprised because there are these giant windows covering the entire opposite side which give you this amazing view of the ocean.

 

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Surf Shack Tiny House from Molecule Tiny Homes

Photos Courtesy of Molecule Tiny Homes

On the right you can see how they used the tongue area of the trailer to built a tiny shed that can be used as an electrical box. Notice the venting on it too.

So below is the other side of the house, which looks completely different, doesn’t it?

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For $38,000, this beautiful off-grid THOW could be yours! Sitting on a 20-foot trailer, the interior has a lovely natural feel and a super-neat pull-out bed/sofa to give you a ground-floor sleeping area.

The kitchen is set up a bit, and has a breakfast bar and farmhouse sink. On the other side of the home is the loft bedroom and the bathroom with plenty of closet and shelving space.

It’s situated in Buffalo, NY, and can be delivered within the Northeast/Tri-State area. Contact the seller (Jack) here!

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Off-Grid Tiny House With Unique Pull-Under Bed Design

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These are the top 20 most popular and shared tiny houses on wheels from 2019. This top 20 includes mostly larger tiny homes (park models) because they are becoming so popular. There’s also a travel trailer conversion and a portable micro cabin (not built on wheels but still portable), just for variety sake.

So these are some of the more popular and most shared tiny homes that we covered this year according to our statistics. Check them out, click on each to learn more and see the original post/tour of the home, and let us know which is your favorite in the comments. Also, what do you notice about them? Are you noticing a trend? People seem to like the really big tiny houses, right? Why do you think that is? Oh and by the way, happy new year! πŸŽ‰πŸ˜Š

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1. The Oversized Tiny House w/ Wraparound Porch!

HUGE tiny house with WRAPAROUND porch via Park-Model-Homes-com 001

Image via Park-Model-Homes.com

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These are two tiny houses on wheels joined together to make one (larger) tiny house! Well, technically, they’re semi-permanently attached. The design allows for detachment, but it looks permanent, doesn’t it?

This is pretty cool because I’ve never really seen it done before, although I would probably prefer to keep the units separate but adjoined by a deck instead, kind of like this one (also built by Molecule Tiny Homes). How about you? What do you think of this design idea?

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Two Tiny Homes on Wheels Joined Together to Make a Bigger Tiny Home – Built by Molecule Tiny Homes – Two 8′ x 22′ THOW Trailers Joined

Two Tiny Houses on Wheels PERMANENTLY Joined Together to Make a Bigger Tiny Home – Built by Molecule Tiny Homes

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This is the 1904 Rustic/Vintage Tiny House on Wheels with a loft balcony.

It’s an 8’x18′ THOW built by Molecule Tiny Homes with lots of unique features.

Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thanks!

Rustic/Vintage Tiny House with Loft Balcony

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