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336 Sq. Ft. Tiny Modern Cabin by Kanga

This is a 336 sq. ft. tiny cabin with a modern design built by Kanga Room Systems. Could you see yourself in a cabin like this? Either way, enjoy the full tour and learn more about it below! Thanks!

Modern Tiny Cabin with Deck: What Do You Think?

336 Sq Ft Tiny Modern Cabin by Kanga

Photos via Kanga

336 Sq Ft Tiny Modern Cabin by Kanga

336 Sq Ft Tiny Modern Cabin by Kanga

336 Sq Ft Tiny Modern Cabin by Kanga

336 Sq Ft Tiny Modern Cabin by Kanga

336 Sq Ft Tiny Modern Cabin by Kanga

336 Sq Ft Tiny Modern Cabin by Kanga

336 Sq Ft Tiny Modern Cabin by Kanga

336 Sq Ft Tiny Modern Cabin by Kanga

336 Sq Ft Tiny Modern Cabin by Kanga

336 Sq Ft Tiny Modern Cabin by Kanga

336 Sq Ft Tiny Modern Cabin by Kanga

336 Sq Ft Tiny Modern Cabin by Kanga

336 Sq Ft Tiny Modern Cabin by Kanga

Photos via Kanga

Highlights

  • 336 sq. ft.
  • Modern cabin
  • No loft
  • 1 bathroom
  • Walk-in shower
  • White cabinetry

Resources

  1. http://kangaroomsystems.com/modern-cabindwelling-14×24/
  2. http://www.tinyhousetown.net/2017/08/14-x-24-modern-modular-cabin.html

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  • Sidney September 13, 2017, 11:52 am

    Is this a Murphy Bed???

  • Rain September 13, 2017, 12:02 pm

    With all that space in the bathroom, a tub would have been fantastic. Other than that, I really like it, especially the outdoor space.

    • Annette September 13, 2017, 12:06 pm

      I agree re the tub – plenty of room for a full bath. But there’s also room for a larger fridge – e.g. the LG 10.5 cubic ft. Meantime also space for a 24″ oven/range – then this would be ideal. It’s nicely done with the clerestory windows and the deck.

      • James D. September 13, 2017, 1:06 pm

        Note, unless you’re living in Texas, this company primarily sells just the prefab shell of the house as a DIY kit and you’ll have to provide the stone and pier foundation, utilities, and interior finishings…

        But that does mean you can adjust it to your liking…

  • Canyon Man September 13, 2017, 12:16 pm

    I see a lot of posts about bathtubs. I understand the idea of soaking as I have many old joints with arthritis. For myself I would prefer the shower in the bath and a hot tub on the deck. I enjoy the site a lot. It makes me think of possibilities for possible if’s in my future. I like to see the various little things people design into manufactured homes, also what individuals do to make the house their home.
    Keep up the good work. Tiny houses are not for everyone. But I hope that the market and rules open up more to allow those who would benefit from this lifestyle to buy, build or even rent a home they can afford that makes them comfortable.

  • W Leigh September 13, 2017, 12:37 pm

    What was the cost for this, not including the deck – but with bathroom and electric hookups, etc.?

  • Chuck September 13, 2017, 1:33 pm

    Wasted space in bathroom.
    How do you bake food?
    Where do you sleep?

    • James D. September 13, 2017, 3:42 pm

      Chuck, it’s a modular design and they usually don’t built the entire house… They primarily sell you the shell and that shell can be used for multiple purposes ranging from a simple backyard office space or workshop to a tiny house, which includes everything in-between!

      So it’s up to owner what’s inside of it…

  • Julie September 13, 2017, 9:26 pm

    It’s funny but you always see tons of storage for kitchen stuff or bathroom stuff in tiny homes but I think when people build a tiny the always forget about a bathtub and most of all a closet . I would rather have more closet space then kitchen storage lol this house is amazing . Very very roomy

    • James D. September 14, 2017, 8:22 pm

      Hey Julie, it’s not that they all forget but rather many of them simply don’t all have the same priorities and preferences.

      This company in particular, isn’t catering to just one specific range of uses for their products but rather leaving it up to their customers to specialize the structure however they see fit…

      Some people actually prefer to shower, for example, and there are other ways to store things besides a closet. Especially, when dealing with a platform that promote creativity and finding alternative and new solutions.

      The thing to realize is that people can be extremely diverse and thus any given way of doing things will not fit everyone equally well, but including different ways of doing things is actually more inclusive of how different people may want to live their lives and/or use the resources available to them.

      Having a platform where everyone can optimize their home to their personal preferences, lifestyle, and needs simply exposes our diversity and better allows us to live the lives we actually want to…

      While leaving each of us free to make different choices that better fit ourselves… In the end, the actual point is to have the freedom to do it the way you want and it doesn’t have to fit anyone else but you… and vice versa when viewing what other people have created for themselves…

  • Dick September 14, 2017, 4:50 am

    Chuck, there’s a set of double doors to the right of the refrigerator, which could either be a good-sized closet or a Murphy bed. I’ll have to admit, though, that if it actually is a Murphy bed, it’ll block the bathroom entrance when it’s lowered.

    • James D. September 14, 2017, 8:33 pm

      Hey Dick, it’s unlikely to be a Murphy bed with how deep it is, at around two feet, and is thus far more likely just a closet… There is also no mention of a bed at all in the unit description.

      So the owner of this unit probably didn’t need to sleep in it… Keep in mind these units can be used for just about anything… An Office, a place to hold meetings, a storage shed, a place for a little me-time when the main house isn’t private enough, a workshop, an art studio, a club house, etc.

      The company typically sells just the shell, especially if you’re outside of Texas, and it’s the owner that finishes out the interior to whatever they want and that isn’t always to turn it into a full home…

  • Turner September 14, 2017, 3:24 pm

    I really appreciate the variety on your site. I’ve seen people complain when you show something other than what THEY are interested in (wow… selfish much?), but it’s valuable to see ideas from a wide variety of places. Thanks for that.

    • James D. September 14, 2017, 7:48 pm

      Agreed, showing the range of diversity helps explore what’s possible and stimulates the imagination and ultimately promotes creativity.

      Though, I’d put most negative comments off to how the existing housing system, and in no small part the anti-social aspects of our modern society, has indoctrinated people into a way of thinking that is more conclusive of a one size fits all way of thinking with the idea that there should be a certain specific way to do things in order to have any real benefit from it and thus any variation from that set path automatically is considered wrong and even harmful.

      Essentially, just because someone may be interested in something that is new to them doesn’t mean they will fully appreciate or comprehend it in more than how a given paradigm of understanding that is determined by what they are used to allows them…

      All understandable, given how it’s part of human nature to view our world through the prism of our pre-conceptions and personal biases, especially when it is easy to be unaware of any other point of view…

      The ability to free ones mind to truly open our awareness to possibilities that we may not have ever considered before is unfortunately not a trait that comes easily to everyone, especially, if they had lived a lifetime doing the opposite…

      But we are always capable of change and the great thing about this movement is that it is exposing people to such a diverse range of ideas and concepts that it can’t help but to open people’s minds and free them to think in new ways…

      While, of course, opinions will always vary by the individual. I’m optimistic more and more people will at least understand other points of view and that there isn’t really just one way to do things and there is value in diversity…

  • Alison September 14, 2017, 8:13 pm

    The wedge of windows at the top (clerestory, I guess) is appealing. That makes it look interesting both inside and out.

  • beach gal September 18, 2017, 12:33 am

    I’m guessing couch opens into a Sofa Sleeper, just move the coffee table…

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