If you’re a fan of DIY and Tiny Houses, you’re going to absolutely adore this designer! Matt Impola has a passion for excellence and creativity and it shows in every detail of the tiny houses that he’s designed. Every single detail of these incredible homes was chosen with thought and the results are going to melt your heart!
As soon as you walk up to these tiny houses, you know you’re in for a treat. From the soothing colors to the shingle accents and plank siding, your eyes don’t know where to stop!
On the back of the home, there’s a built-in nook for potted plants and herbs and even a teeny tiny bird house!
This house has rich cedar shingle siding and a red tin roof that provides a pop of color in contrast. We love the huge window on the back too!
The insides of his tiny houses are even more gorgeous than outside if you can believe it! The walls have thick molding and we love the bold color of this entryway!
Honestly, there’s too much we could say about this kitchen and loft! The beautiful floating cabinets, the clean subway tiles, the gas burning stove! Look at the rustic blue door and those exposed beams! And of course, that chandelier is amazing!
Even the staircase to the loft is a masterpiece with the contrast in colors and clean lines and storage underneath. The adjustable floating shelves allow for flexibility with your storage and item displays.
And did you notice the light at the top of the stairs? So pretty!
In the loft, the exposed beams add interest while the windows let the light and air in so you don’t feel too stuffy.
Looking at the loft and kitchen together, you can really see how all of the materials work together in such a beautiful way. The copper railing on the loft is a really pretty touch that also adds security.
Back downstairs in the kitchen, you can see that the full-size gas oven and stovetop are topped off with a hood for ventilation. Then the nook in the wall provides extra storage and a window to open to let air in while you’re cooking.
You can see in the picture how it all flows together seamlessly!
He even put in a gorgeous farmhouse sink with a copper faucet! And the backsplash is a pretty touch without demanding too much attention.
Under the sink, a leather pull-tab gives you easy access to the storage below the sink.
Here’s another look at the amazing stove and wooden countertops! They’re perfect!
The walls in the kitchen look like concrete almost which gives it an industrial feel. And then you have more wall storage and a copper handle to hang your most-used utensils for easy grabbing.
On the other side of the kitchen, the fridge is tucked under the staircase next to more storage.
Looking out from the kitchen, you see the cozy living room with a comfy couch and soft recessed lighting and huge windows.
That comfy couch? It folds out into a guest bed! And look at the palm with the built-in planter serving as a side table!
Behind the door, you have storage for coats and shoes.
The designer used salvaged wood to create one-of-a-kind pieces in this tiny home. Look at the dining table and mantle!
This is not just another bed you rest in overnight. It is a dazzling experience! Superhost Gabriella will amaze you with her cozy tiny house.
The Cricket is a rustic historic cabin in a small neighborhood on Spring Street along side the rushing Clear Creek and nestled among an Aspen grove.
Serenely situated between Gravenhurst and Bracebridge, Tiny Haus has been custom built by an award winning architect to capture the beauty of the natural surroundings.
Across from the couch, there’s built-in storage for books, a small monitor, and your favorite knick-knacks. On top, you can display a large piece of art like this back-lit scene.
The bathroom has a full-sized toilet with working plumbing, a stall shower, and tons of storage!
We honestly couldn’t imagine wanting anything more in a tiny home! It’s absolutely perfect!
To see more pictures and learn more about the talented designer, go to www.handcraftedmovement.com.