This 170 sq. ft. Kangablue tiny house on wheels is one of six tiny homes at Caravan – The Tiny House Hotel in Portland, Oregon.
Inside you’ll find a living area, kitchen, sleeping loft, and bathroom with flush toilet. The house has running water and electric heat.
It has a blue pine wood interior and can sleep up to three people inside. The tiny home’s dimensions are 20.5′ (length) x 8.25′ (width) x 13.5′ (height).
Staying in a tiny house (like this one) before you make any major life decisions or changes is always a good way to test out tiny living before committing.
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Kangablue 170 Sq. Ft. Tiny House on Wheels
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Absolutely adorable and absolutely no privacy as shown. Good for a weekend discussing THs with other THers, and trying one, but more potted plants would be a good idea 🙂 Love the interior of this one, soothing colors.
SALLy: I noticed your name spelling is different; are you changing things up for the holidays? LOL
Still Cahow, not CAHOw. 😉
Nice catch! Blasted laptop, hate these flat slick keys. I usually use an old mechanical keyboard, but was too lazy to move the antique dogs out of the way and reach for it. Sometimes a sleeping, toothless thirteen year old chihuahua is too sweet to disturb. Hence, SAlly. Hope you are stringing popcorn and staying warm.
Sorry, I’ll pass. Too dark and dreary for me. I got Paul’s goosebumps just looking at the dark interior.
I’ll still stay at The Pearl/Miter Box, which is my fantasy tiny house to visit. 😀
It’s cute. But for me it would definitely be an overnight-stay type thing. No privacy in the bathroom might be ok for a weekend, but not for the long term. A pocket door could have solved that. I really don’t like the floor to ceiling window in the biffy either…especially in this situation with other guests nearby. Yikes.
My only other suggestion is a minor cosmetic one. Replace the curtains. In my opinion they’re too dark since the color on the wall seems to be sucking up the light. I think that change would make it less ‘heavy’ feeling inside.
Very nice (although I, too, prefer lighter colors in these small spaces) until that bath. Pocket door, yes!, then a MUCH smaller opaque window, please!
I agree with the others on the two main objections – get rid of the huge window in the bath and add a pocket or sliding door, and lighten up the drapes and/or wall color. The house appears to have more space somehow for the living and dining areas, UNTIL you stop and notice that there are NO shelves, cupboards or closets for storage of clothing, bedding, books or other personal possessions. Did I mention where the heck do you put your clothes? And for a few bucks, a Shes dormer in the loft would make it feel less like a queen sized coffin. All that said, give me some privacy and storage space, and this is a really nice tiny house.
This tiny house according to the description above, is a for rent accomodation, hence closets and cabinets were opted out of. The dark curtains most likely to block out the city lights at night which help some folks sleep better.
Pocket doors in rentals, don’t last, the big window in the bath for more ultra violet to help sanitize between multiple users, just guessing?
For actual day to day living, I agree more light, storage, closets and privacy would give me better satisfaction with a Tiny House. I think we have drifted away from the “Tiny House”, for full time living, and now anyone with anything little, is posting. So that being said, not all posts are actual ” homes” so we need to take their usage into consideration as we give comment.
It is fun to see what creative people can do with space!
Nice house and I love that there is real furniture to sit on! The objection about the window in the bathroom is nice as another source of egress in case of emergency. Contact paper on the window would solve the privacy issues. A nice barn type door instead of a curtain would be pretty and offer better privacy. Overall though a very pretty home.