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Who needs 2,000 square feet when everything you could possibly need fits in 200? That's the ideal behind the Craftsman Tiny House from Molecule Tiny Homes. Complete with the attached white picket fence in front, this exquisite design is what living is all about both inside and out.
This little blue house features one of the coolest looks we've ever seen. The exterior gives off a cozy vibe while the interior scale makes the landscape appear very roomy. When people hear the term 'tiny house' for the first time it's likely this is what they envision.
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The interior of the home is very inviting and comfortable. While many tiny houses are just an aside while mostly enjoying the outdoors, the Craftsman Tiny House is very livable. 
A fully functioning kitchen features everything needed to prepare a meal at arm's length away. The stainless steel of the sink, refrigerator, and microwave contrast well with the light wood of the cabinets, countertop, and wall paneling.
The Craftsman Tiny House features a very streamlined design as you move from entry way to living area to the loft and the kitchen.
The bathroom area isn't the biggest we've seen, but for a tiny house it gets the job done. Sometimes it's better to sacrifice room in a restroom to have more space to lounge in what is essentially the living room.
The loft is very spacious and features natural light from all four sides from the windows as well as the opened balcony area. 
Without contrast you'd almost never know that the Craftsman was actually a tiny house. That is, until you see it rolling down the highway on the back of a trailer. 
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