If you've fantasized about a farmhouse lifestyle minus the acreage and upkeep, you'll want to check out this mobile farmhouse by Handcrafted Movement founder Matt Impola. The tiny home features an extensive amount of Willamette Valley walnut salvaged from massive trees planted by the 1820s Oregon Trail pioneers. With its two lofts, shiplap-style walls and tall ceiling painted in a crisp white, the 290-square-foot tiny home hardly feels claustrophobic.
Bamboo hardwood flooring, Oak countertops, an electrical fireplace, and a built-in walnut dining seat with a leather cushion add layers of rustic cozy. To make this impressively efficient space really feel like a home, Matt added full-size kitchen appliances, a farmhouse-style sink, queen-size bedroom loft and a queen-size sleeper sofa with built-in storage.