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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!

Companion Studio Tiny House: Two Tiny Homes Adjoined by a Deck - Image by Molecule Tiny Homes

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When this teenager needed to get out of the house, Molecule Tiny Homes came to the rescue to help the family build this 6×10 treehouse-inspired tiny home that’s 16′ tall!

Best of all, it was built using mostly scrap materials and reclaimed lumber. Even better, it only took them a week to finish it! Talk about professionals…

If you’re interested in something like this (NOT on wheels) it’s possible for Molecule to design and build a similar unit for you and it can be transported on its side to your location. Pretty cool, right?

How would you like to have this tiny little escape in your backyard? I’d rent my house out and move in the backyard to live rent-free while someone else helps pay the mortgage! How about you? Either way- please enjoy and re-share this one with your tiny house friends below. Thanks!

6×10 Treehouse Inspired Tiny Home Built w/ Scrap Materials

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I’m excited to share this 8′ x 20′ tiny house for sale with you because it’s designed and built by one of my favorite tiny house builders… Molecule Tiny Homes.

Inside you’ll find two lofts… One is made for storage and the other as your bedroom which you can access through a custom built staircase. The bedroom sleeping loft also has dormers so it feels extra spacious up there. Nice, right? And it even has a little bathtub which many tiny homes don’t always get. You can see it all below.

Molecule did a great job with the kitchen which you’ll be able to see and judge for yourself below. So please enjoy the tour, re-share it with your tiny house friends, and if you’re interested this tiny house on wheels is for sale with an asking price of $58,000. That’s no chump change, but it’s a high quality tiny house and it’s ready to tow and move into! Absolutely no work needed (so please don’t comment about the price being unaffordable because we all already know it’s a whole lot of money. Instead, take some of the design ideas and inspiration you see since that’s always free here).

Cape Cod Molecule Tiny House For Sale: Two Lofts w/ Stairs

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This is an 8’6″ x 20′ craftsman style bungalow tiny house on wheels by Molecule Tiny Homes. It has a beautiful kitchen with an oversized farm-style sink. I think you’ll love it! You know, anytime they build something new for their clients I’m thrilled because they always seem to do an amazing job so I highly recommend if you’re interested to schedule your build with them.

And this time, it’s no different. This awesome little home has everything you could ask for in a tiny house. There are two lofts with dormers. The main loft is 8’x10′ and the second one is 8’x8′. You’ll also find that it has a unique and absolutely beautiful interior with plenty of storage space, a wonderful bathroom, and a gorgeous (and useful) kitchen. Please enjoy, talk about it in the comments, and re-share below.

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Craftsman Style Bungalow Molecule Tiny Home on Wheels

170 Sq. Ft. Craftsman Bungalow Molecule Tiny Home

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If you’re looking into the idea of tiny houses but are wondering why when you can just get an RV, travel trailer, or motorhome for less…

Well, you’re at the right place because in this post I’ll help you understand the benefits of tiny houses, motorhomes, RVs, and travel trailers. But I’m also going to share the downfalls for each side. In this post, it’s all about you, because I want to help you figure out what’s best according to YOUR needs. So pay attention real quick and watch the video below where Jason Dietz of Molecule Tiny Homes gives you some helpful insight on tiny houses.

 

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RVs versus Tiny Houses on Trailers

Enjoy the video with Jason and my “Pros/Cons list” on.. Tiny Houses VS. Manufactured RVs below:
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I had to tell you about this used Molecule Tiny House for sale on craigslist right now. (update: sold)

It’s a Molecule Tiny Home which I personally love. The owner wants to sell it because he wants an apartment and some extra money to start a business (according to the ad).

As of now the ad says the home is one an a half years old (which sounds about right). It can be used as an RV or parked as a cabin with hook ups.

There’s also a truck (1987 GMC 3500 with 10′ load deck) available that you can buy from him to tow it with (see below).

Used Molecule Tiny Homes House for Sale

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When she was 12 years old she started building her own debt-free tiny house.

This all started around January 2013. It’s just about a year and 4 months later now and she’s finished the project.

Sicily now owns her own debt-free 128 sq. ft. tiny home on wheels that she built herself.

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Teen Completes Building Mortgage-free Tiny Home

And you won’t believe what she’s been through while doing it…

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When it comes to living in a tiny house we have to get creative.

Some of us don’t want to go up a ladder and into a loft, so we create amazing staircases.

But what if you don’t want to go up any sort of stairs or ladders?

In these cases you can consider murphy beds, futons, micro bedrooms, or…

You can consider one of the 3 amazing (and pricey) hidden, space-saving beds for small spaces featured in this post.

1. Espace Loggia’s Electric Air Bed: Transforms your Bedroom to Dining/Work Area

Espace Loggia's Electric Air Bed: Transforms your Bedroom to Dining/Work Area

At night when the bed is in sleep position, your room is a simple bedroom. But when you wake up, you can transform the living space into a dining room, work area or just more open space. Check it out below:

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If you already haven’t seen this 136 sq. ft. Molecule Tiny Home you’re in for a treat. To me, it’s one of the best designed and best built little houses on wheels out there. And it’s their 5th design and build. At 8’x17′ it’s one of their smallest, too.

But they were still able to add a lot of functionality, comfort, and beauty to the home as you’ll see. One of the most notable features is the fold up deck but there’s a lot more that will stand out once you go inside.

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Amazing 136-sq.-ft. Tiny Home on Wheels by Molecule Tiny Homes

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I encourage you to enjoy the rest of the tour as this one has lots of unique features you’ll probably like and want to implement in your future design:

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