The ‘Cape Cod’ Tiny House designed by Molecule Tiny Homes is only 200-square-feet, but don’t let that number fool you. Once inside, the spacious interior will blow you away.
When most people think of ‘tiny homes,’ they think of small, compact houses with minimal space for living. From the exterior, the Cape Cod appears to be your typical tiny home. You would never expect to see what’s on the other side of the front door.
The charming exterior of the ‘Cape Cod’ is every tiny home lover’s dream.
The adorable home even has the classic white picket fence attached to the front porch.
Upon entering the home, you enter the main living area. Although the house is somewhat narrow, the ceilings are so high that the space feels very large.
A view from above shows the simple layout of the living room and dining area. Multiple windows provide plenty of natural light and airflow. The sofa also pulls out and doubles as a bed for guests.
The living room seamlessly flows into the fully functioning kitchen. The light-colored wood helps the space feel open.
The Cape Cod’s kitchen features a double-basin stainless steel sink, fridge, microwave; everything you need to cook a wonderful meal.
A view toward the front of the home shows the extra storage space above. It could easily be transformed into a second sleeping loft.
The dining table folds down, and the chairs fold up to be stored away, creating even more space in the already impressive home.
The bathroom is tiny, but it has everything you need; a toilet, sink, and shower.
There are plenty of cabinets for toiletry and towel storage. By saving space in the bathroom (which is only used a few times a day), they were able to expand the main living area to its maximum potential.
Heading upstairs, you reach the inviting and surprisingly large sleeping loft.
It’s large enough to fit a king size bed and has ceilings tall enough for a person to stand, which is uncommon for many tiny homes. Natural light comes in from all angles with windows on all sides of the room, and the beams give the room a rustic feel.
It’s hard to believe that this deceptively large house is a tiny home until you see it hitched on a truck and towed down the highway.
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Source: Tiny Home Tour