Situated in Battle Ground, Washington, is one of the most idyllic tiny homes ever to be created. All thanks to a man with a unique artistic vision — Matt Impola.
Matt Impola is the founder of Handcrafted Movement, a construction firm that focuses on building high-quality and handcrafted tiny homes, furniture, and other products. Impola is also the director of the Artisan Academy, so, it’s safe to say he is bursting with creativity and has a keen eye for detail.
Impola’s pride and joy is the ‘Pacific Harmony,’ a 238-sq-ft jaw-dropping home that offers one surprise after another.
The exterior of the home is absolutely gorgeous. It’s a dreamy, little cottage-on-wheels with beautiful lines and a unique design.
Once inside Pacific Harmony, you’re greeted by tall, vaulted ceilings and a bright, open living space.
The gorgeous chevron-patterned wood flooring flows throughout the seating space, small breakfast bar, and into the kitchen. Impola’s use of white paint throughout the home makes the space feel extremely open and welcoming.
The kitchen is surprisingly spacious with full-size appliances. The remarkably tall ceilings give the illusion that you’re in an upscale traditional home, not a 238-sq-ft tiny home.
The quartz breakfast bar can fit up to three stools, and there is hidden storage underneath. There is also a stainless steel gas range with oven, and a full-size refrigerator as well.
Use the hidden ladder to climb up to the 90″ x 92″ sleeping loft.
The ladder is made from salvaged walnut and can be stored away when not in use. The sleeping loft is small; however, the tall, light-colored ceilings and large window help make the space feel larger.
Past the kitchen, and underneath the sleeping loft, is the generously-sized bathroom with a quartz bath vanity and vessel sink.
The sleek bathroom features a 38″ by 38″ shower, an energy efficient, flushing toilet, and washer/dryer hook-ups. The shower is heated by a tankless water heater.
Looking opposite the kitchen, you’ll notice another area past the seating area. Surprisingly, that particular room has multiple functions.
For instance, a table can be folded down from the wall to create a more “formal” dining room.
There is an extra bench for seating with extra storage underneath, and windows surrounding the room let in plenty of natural light.
The room could also serve as an extra sleeping space for guests. Just tuck away the table, and pull down the Murphy bed.
Want to provide you or your guests some solitude? No problem, just draw the privacy curtains.
Every room in Impola’s Pacific Harmony has a fun trick or hidden treasure somewhere inside — and for just $69K, it could be yours! Learn more about this gorgeous home at the Handcrafted Movement website.
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Source: Smaller Living