The Gallery Tiny Home Enables a Minimalist Life Without Compromising on Modern Comforts

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Tiny houses are mainly praised for their ability to offer an incredibly liberating lifestyle for those who love simple living and sustainability. But people are also drawn to tiny homes due to their relative novelty, cute aesthetics, and creative use of space. And the best thing is that there is still room for luxuries and premium amenities inside these compact dwellings, ensuring downsizers don't necessarily have to give up on style and comfort.
The Gallery tiny house on wheels, built by a company called Rolling Homes, is a perfect example of how you can achieve luxurious micro-living. This is a single-level dwelling that proves there are almost no limits to what clever design and a bit of creativity can achieve. Designed with sustainability and eco-friendliness in mind, this beautiful and functional tiny home exceeds expectations in terms of spaciousness and amenities, offering the perfect mix of minimalism and comfort.

This is the first time we've heard about this Oregon-based builder, and the Gallery seems to be the only model they offer. However, their website mentions that their team of experienced craftsmen and designers focuses on crafting custom builds, so the layout can be altered and features can be added to meet customers' needs and preferences.

Built on a triple-axle trailer, the Gallery unit you see pictured here measures 30 feet in length, 8.6 feet in width, and 13.6 feet in height, but it can go up to 40 feet long and 10 feet wide if you need more space. The standard model offers 255 square feet of livable space that is divided between a spacious living room, a gorgeous kitchen, a private bedroom, and a modern bathroom. Basically, it includes all the necessary amenities for a couple to lead a hassle-free life with a reduced environmental footprint.

Rolling Homes' Gallery tiny house
Photo: Rolling Homes
The exterior exudes an air of elegant simplicity with timber cladding and a classic gable roof that makes it look more like a traditional house. Another factor that adds to its visual appeal is the contrast between the wood siding and the abundance of windows, which give you a hint about how luminous the interior is.

Inside the house, the designers used every inch of space wisely in order to make this low-footprint dwelling look and feel like a regular-sized home. The high ceilings, white walls, and extensive use of glazing also help with the feeling of spaciousness, while the neutral color palette of warm natural wood and relaxing gray tones gives the entire interior a clean look.

What's more, with clever design choices, they managed to integrate plenty of practical living solutions in a way that nothing feels too cramped. For instance, the bedroom offers full standing height, the residential-style bathroom is ready to handle all your sanitary needs, and there is a fireplace in the living room, as well as plenty of storage solutions.

Rolling Homes' Gallery tiny house
Photo: Rolling Homes
The open-plan living room and kitchen occupy the center of the Gallery home, with the more private spaces - the bedroom and bathroom - at either end of the house. The entrance door welcomes you into the bright living room that can be furnished with a comfy couch and a coffee table, with enough space left to walk around. A rustic carpet and an electric fireplace complete the inviting lounge area.

There is a seamless flow between the lounge and the kitchen area, the latter of which offers a complete cooking and dining setup with custom cabinetry and a long countertop that doubles as a breakfast bar/dining table for two.

Equipped with various modern appliances, such as a stainless sink, a four-burner cooktop, an oven, a range hood, and a full-size refrigerator, this kitchen also excels in terms of functionality. Two separate windows in the kitchen ensure the area gets enough sunlight. One of them is right above the breakfast bar, allowing residents to take in the views every time they sit down for a meal.

Opposite the cooking setup, there is a generous pantry as well as a full-height closet for clothes and other personal belongings.

Rolling Homes' Gallery tiny house
Photo: Rolling Homes
One of the most appealing features of the Gallery design is the first-floor bedroom that offers truly luxurious accommodation. It's not a fully enclosed bedroom, as the door is replaced by a beautiful arch, but it still offers enough privacy. The bright and airy room with large windows that bathe it in natural light offers ample floor space for a comfortable king-size bed and two nightstands.

The residential-style bathroom can be found at the other end of the house and exhibits as much style as the rest of the house. It features a stunning tiled shower with glass doors, an eco-flush toilet, and a custom vanity with a sink, all designed with great style to enhance the overall premium look of the space.

Luxury design is not only about originality, attention to detail, and premium amenities, but, above all, it is about quality, and Gallery delivers quality in spades. It is priced at $124,000 and could be the ideal small abode for anyone enthralled by the idea of living a minimalist life without compromising on modern comforts.

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About the author: Ancuta Iosub
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After spending a few years as a copy editor, Ancuta decided to put down the eraser and pick up the writer's pencil. Her favorites subjects are unusual car designs, travel trailers and everything related to the great outdoors.
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