This 26-ft Tiny Home With Industrial Outside Look Reveals a Light-Filled, Modern Interior

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In today's rapidly changing world, being able to live, travel, and explore the world in a mobile home has become the goal of many adventure enthusiasts. Tiny houses on wheels are a great way to fulfill this dream, and the best part is that they're not just a more convenient and eco-friendly place to stay during your travels but also a gateway to a liberating lifestyle. 
A tiny home builder that focuses on creating designs suitable for travel lovers is DeepBlue Smarthouse, and their latest creation, designed and built in China but targeted at the Australian market, is called the Queensland. Described as a marvel of design and functionality, this home on wheels is a single-level model perfect for couples and small families looking for a compact living and traveling solution that can offer them all the comforts of home.

One of the greatest perks of tiny houses on wheels is the fact that they're built on wheels, allowing owners to move them around relatively easily, blending the freedom of travel with the comforts of home. The truth is not many tiny dwellers take full advantage of their houses' moving foundations, but for those who do, Deepblue Smarthouse builds compact homes that let them enjoy the freedom of movement to the fullest with an innovative light steel frame construction. This frame is said to be 70% lighter than wood and to last for a century, which makes its homes particularly lightweight and durable.

With a modern, minimalist design that offers you flexibility without compromising on comfort and style, Queensland is ready to become your travel companion or full-time residence. Unlike previous models offered by the Ningbo-based Chinese manufacturer, the base version of the Queensland tiny house eschews lofts and has all the living areas on a single floor, making it a good option for more categories of tiny dwellers. However, to meet their clients' diverse needs, the company also designed a floorplan with a sleeping loft.

Queensland tiny home on wheels
Photo: DeepBlue Smarthouse
Built on a triple axle trailer, this mobile home measures 8 meters (26 feet) in length and 2.35 meters (7.7 feet) in width. However, due to the single-floor configuration, it offers just 18.8 square meters (202 square feet) of living space. But don't worry, as it is still enough to incorporate a snug living room, an elegant central kitchen, a private main-floor bedroom, and a modern bathroom.

On the outside, Queensland boasts the typical Australian tiny house aesthetic with its contemporary exterior that combines black metal siding on the facades with timber cladding on the sides and oversized windows, giving it an overall moody, industrial look. The steel structure ensures maximum durability, while the gable roof preserves something from the design of traditional homes and enhances the feeling of spaciousness inside.

Another highlight of this design is the extensive use of glazing. A massive glass entrance door, lateral house-shaped windows, and various other smaller ones allow plenty of natural light to get inside and create a bright interior that lets dwellers embrace the outdoors. What's more, this home can also be commissioned with a huge L-shaped deck for those who want an indoor/outdoor relaxation area where they can truly connect with their surroundings.

Queensland tiny home on wheels
Photo: DeepBlue Smarthouse
As you step inside through the four-leaf bi-folding door, you'll discover a modern interior with a mainly black-and-white color scheme, beautifully contrasted by natural wood on the floors and ceilings. The open-plan layout seamlessly combines the living room, kitchen, and dining room into a single great room.

The lounge corner can be fitted with a day bed or a sofa right under a massive window that allows residents to take in the views, while the minimalist yet stylish kitchen is this home's heart in every way. It occupies the center of the house and comes with black cabinets and a white, curved stone countertop that instantly gives it an air of elegance compared to the more rustic tiny homes out there. In terms of appliances, the functional kitchen is accoutered with a sink, a double-burner gas stove with in-built oven, and an apartment-sized refrigerator.

A portion of the bench top works double duty as a breakfast bar and dining table for two in between the lounging and cooking areas. For those who work remotely, it could also be used as a home workspace, especially considering it's strategically placed next to a window.

Queensland tiny home on wheels
Photo: DeepBlue Smarthouse
A sliding door next to the kitchen leads to the walk-through bedroom, which is more compact than other main-floor bedrooms we've seen, but it doesn't skimp on comfort and still comes with all the perks of a conventional room. It is completely private, has full-standing height, and enough space to move around. It can easily accommodate a queen-size bed, and there's still some room left to add other small furniture items and shelves for books and décor items.

The en-suite bathroom is at the end of the house, hiding behind another sliding door. A glass-enclosed shower, a toilet, and a vanity with a sink and mirrored medicine cabinet ensure your sanitary needs are well taken care of.

Providing all the modern amenities you normally find in traditional homes, the Queensland tiny home on wheels offers a compact yet comfortable and eco-friendly living space that is perfect for full-time living, with the added benefit of mobility. DeepBlue Smarthouse offers either turnkey-ready versions of its designs or empty shells that you can customize to fit your personality, and the good news is that they deliver almost anywhere in the world.
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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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