Bigger isn’t always better—especially when it comes to living spaces. Many people want to simplify their lives by living in smaller homes with less clutter. That’s why the so-called “tiny house movement” is going strong.
Plus, living in fewer square feet doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice on style. Case in point: This 250-square-foot tiny house on wheels designed and built by Matthew Impola of Battleground, Washington, who runs the blog Handcrafted Movement.
Vaulted ceilings and bright white paint make the interior feel much roomier than it actually is.
Large windows let in plenty of natural light, making the space feel cheery and homey.
Impola uses every inch wisely to maximize functionality and storage space. For example, a side table is built around a plant, transforming it from a decorative element into a practical one.
Hidden at the top of the stairs is the cozy and private sleeping chamber.
And, in the living area, a couch unfolds to provide into an extra bed.
Want to see more of this spectacular small space? Check out Impola’s blog, Handcrafted Movement.
[h/t: Apartment Therapy]