We usually talk about tiny houses on wheels but today I’m showing you a 14’x20′ tiny home in the city by Kanga Room Systems.
And I believe that something like this is what’s more practical long-term for most of us so I’ll probably be showcasing more like this.
280 Sq. Ft. Tiny Home in the City
An option like this is great because it can work just fine as a guest house in neighborhoods that allow you to build them.
This home features a nice covered front porch along with amazing natural light throughout thanks to all of the window placements.
Photos by Kanga
How about I just let you check it out for yourself below:
Covered Front Porch
I love Kanga’s style because it’s modern and simple.
Interior Tiny House Design
Super Simple Shelving System in the Kitchen
I’ve used the same type of shelving system and it’s easy to install and re-arrange so I highly recommend it.
Living Area with Beautiful Ceiling and Natural Lighting
Kanga does an amazing job with everything (and no I’m not getting paid to say it).
Notice the window sill that’s being used as a decorative shelf while it brings in light. Genius.
Easy Shelving System
Some would never think that a kitchen with no cabinets would still look good, but it looks surprisingly nice to me and I think it even makes the space seem bigger because it keeps it open. Then again, some would argue about the clutter, right?
You can take a better look at the “window shelves” below.
Cozy Little Bedroom in a Kanga
View from the bathroom looking at the living area and kitchen below..
Bathroom with Shower and Flush Toilet
Exterior Views of the Tiny Kanga House
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