Step inside this 200-square-foot tiny home that has everything one would need

Molly King is a dancer, teacher and book author. She also travels frequently. In 2016, she started to research about tiny living. In 2018, she moved to Salt Lake City, where she now lives in a rented tiny home.
Despite having to cope with a cold winter environment and all the other chores and challenges that tiny living brings, she has pretty much settled down comfortably in her tiny house. She has embraced the joys of simple living, paring down to the bare essentials.
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Measuring approximately 200 square feet, this tiny home has everything one would need to live comfortably. A dark bottle green door warmly welcomes guests to the home.
The wood elements inside the house are apparent in the walls, the frames and even the kitchen cabinets. The four-burner stove with oven and a microwave make cooking a breeze. An open shelf serves as storage place for miscellaneous kitchen items.
Living in a tiny space means using space efficiently, such as hanging objects on the wall. This practice offers a practical side, which is freeing up limited counter space, as well as an aesthetic one, in which objects serve as decorations. For instance, pans in different sizes provide an interesting
visual design on the wall.
The simple wooden ladder used to access the loft also saves space. It sits flush beside the narrow wooden shelves that separate the kitchen, which is below the loft, from the rest of the space.
Stepping into the loft, one immediately notices the huge mattress sitting right on top of the wooden floor. The windows on both sides of the loft provide natural lighting. The slanted ceiling provides an interesting architectural detail for the space.
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This view offers a glimpse of the main floor of the house. Every square inch of the space was planned for maximum efficiency without the house feeling cramped or cluttered. A spider plant hanging from the ceiling in a wicker basket adds a fresh touch of greenery.
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