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28 Ft. Gallaway Tiny House on Wheels: Modern Tiny Living


The Gallaway Tiny House on Wheels — built by Modern Tiny Living — is 28 feet of gorgeous craftsmanship. There’s a tiny porch that leads into a rarely-seen-in-THOWs mudroom, where you can hang up your coat and put away your shoes.

Part of the kitchen is a breakfast nook with huge windows to let in the morning sun. While the color scheme is bright and white, the deep teal cabinets add a pop of color. Conjoined staircases (with oodles of storage) take you up to each loft, and a catwalk (complete with cat door) connect the lofts.

In the bathroom you’ll find a washer/dryer unit, toilet and shower. Enjoy the photo and video tours below, and contact the builder here to get one of your very own!

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This Tiny House Has an Awesome Catwalk & A Mudroom!

The couch under the window features storage underneath.

Drawers make it easy to access whatever is inside.

The staircases have awesome safety railings.

The bathroom has a glass shower stall.

The teal cabinets carry into the bathroom.

A washer-dryer unit, with folding space above.

Main bedroom loft with storage.

Office loft is great for working from home.

I would put plants in here!

Cat walk complete with cat door!

Additional storage in the office loft.

The kitchen has a huge farmhouse sink.

Fridge and pantry storage along this wall.

Mudroom cubbies.

Spot to hang your coats!

And a sunny breakfast nook.

VIDEO: GALLAWAY is a SPECTACULAR 28 Ft. Custom THOW

Highlights:

  • “Gallaway” model by Modern Tiny Living
  • Galley kitchen
  • Mudroom
  • Sunny breakfast nook
  • Storage couch
  • Conjoined staircases to lofts
  • Loft bedroom
  • Loft office
  • Washer/dryer in bathroom
  • Shower stall

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife and mama of two little kids. She and her family just purchased a small fixer-upper and are starting a self-sufficient homestead on their happy little acre.
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  • Avatar Alison
    March 18, 2021, 11:18 pm

    Definitely need a cat for that cat walk. I like the kitchen sink with the integral drain board. Cabinet color looks great.

  • Avatar David Pedersen
    March 19, 2021, 5:14 am

    Love the clean lines and the colors of this house.

  • Avatar Donna Rae
    March 19, 2021, 3:09 pm

    There really is so much to love about this tiny home! The light look, materials used, storage. Honestly, I only have one complaint and it is a complaint I have about many tiny homes I see and that is the sofa is stingy. It isn’t very often I see cushion that are thick and plush enough to inspire coziness and comfort. Make that seat a bit deeper so it at least reaches the back of your knees and you can curl up to read a book or take a nap…and yes, I know space is at a premium but even a couple of inches would make a difference…and make the back cushions taller so they reach your shoulders and you can relax into them. The sofa is usually the least appealing part of most tinies and just a little more consideration for real relaxing comfort would go a long way. Even having said that, it is mostly nicely done. I just want something that looks more like a home and not a dentists waiting room. I’m not meaning that to be a major complaint, only food for thought for designers. Overall, this is a very pleasing environment and I could spend time in it, for sure.

    • Avatar Stephan of Arkansas
      March 19, 2021, 3:56 pm

      Donna Rae, your comment about the “stingy sofa” is, I think, spot on! I sometimes wish that the designers of these hard sofas and similar minimalist chairs should be forced to live with their furniture day in/day out for one year — actually sit on them for hours each week. That would be a cruel but well-deserved punishment for them. These comments are respectfully submitted. Stephan of Arkansas

      • Avatar Alison
        March 19, 2021, 11:51 pm

        I agree about the stingy sofas in this and many other tiny homes. They are more like padded benches than couches/sofas. I know there are reasons for this—space, and in some cases, simplicity of construction for do-it-yourselfers. But it does seem like a drawback.

        • Avatar James D.
          March 21, 2021, 4:00 am

          Always trade offs and those trade offs usually include drawbacks but they are usually chosen because they’re still considered better than the alternative… In this case, cost…

          Really good furniture is very expensive, and furniture you need tailored to a given space even more so… While comfort can conflict with functionality and making the most use of every square inch of space… What’s optimal for a bed design is not the same as couch, nor do either make it optimal to be used for storage, etc. The results invariably involve compromises…

          Besides, it’s owner’s choice and when it’s custom built, the owner can also be the designer…

  • Avatar Marsha Cowan
    March 19, 2021, 5:26 pm

    Absolutely beautiful! Love the floor plan, and the kitchen and baths are lovely. I like how the two staircases were arranged, too.

  • Avatar Victoria Banaszak
    March 22, 2021, 5:03 pm

    I really like this one. I like the colors and enclosed cabinets and of course the cat walk for my little demon monsters. I understand about the couch but in my case, I haven’t had one in probably 10 years. I use my desk almost exclusively so I can be online and do art projects. The office space would be used more by me.

    • Avatar James D.
      March 22, 2021, 6:10 pm

      Yes, same here, and you can always have an extremely comfortable chair to work from… Usually a lot more affordable than the really comfy couch.

      All depends on what’s the most useful in your life and how you prioritize those needs.

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