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Because the rest of the world is just too big, Sebastopol resident Alek Lisefski built this 160-square-foot eco-cabin, and Curbed National has deemed it surprisingly airy and livable. Big windows on both sides cut down on the self-storage vibe that plagues so many microhomes, and a lofted bed resolves the to-fold-or-not-to-fold-down Murphy bed quandary—though you can't exactly stand up in it. The home comes on an 8-by-20-foot trailer and houses Lisefski, his girlfriend, his dog, and his tiny, tiny blog. [Curbed National; The Tiny Project]