Despite being just 290 square feet, this little house isn't small on style. In fact, you'd be surprised just how much functionality is packed into this tiny footprint.
Impola manages to fit quite a lot of living space into his little creations, and this one is no exception; the space looks open and welcoming despite its lack of square footage. The white shiplap makes the space look bigger (and would make Joanna Gaines proud), there's bamboo flooring and reclaimed Oregon walnut throughout, and oil rubbed bronze and matte black fixtures keep up with the theme.
Providing built-ins and hidden storage is key to creating a charming space that doesn't look like a glorified storage locker. The main loft area fits a queen bed and has actual stairs leading up to it (can we get an amen?), at the base of which is a storage space with a hanging rod, and behind is a built-in desk area. Underneath the main loft is the bathroom with an enclosed shower and a washer/dryer combo.
The kitchen features an apron front sink, a large capacity refrigerator, full-size four burner range, warming drawer, and counters of reclaimed walnut and oak. There's the built-in dining nook with a custom leather seat.
The sofa folds out into a queen size bed and also has storage underneath. There's an electric fireplace, and a second loft, accessible by ladder. In the teeny entryway, there's smart storage, too: a shoe cubby, coat hooks, and a space to stash an umbrella create a charming little landing strip.
Tiny Getaway is located in Vancouver, Washington, and is for sale for $72,000. Of course, if you're serious about making it your own, you'll have to have the land to park it (but we have advice for that, too).