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20-ft. Pink & Teal Tiny House by Kaiser Tiny Homes

Kaiser Tiny Homes is run by Benedict Kaiser, who built his own tiny house at the age of 19 after graduating from Washburn Institute of Technology with a degree in HVAC. Since then, he’s been building and selling tiny homes for others! His latest model, St. Augustine, is 20-feet. long, and offers a first-floor daybed nook.

The home has a galley kitchen with a two-burner cooktop and a refrigerator, and a back bathroom with a washer/dryer unit, residential toilet, and a shower stall. It’s for sale now in Kansas for $43,000. What do you like most about this home?

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$43K Kaiser Tiny Home with a Daybed: The St. Augustine Tiny House on Wheels

LP Vertical Smart Siding Will Last For Years To Come!

The LP Vertical Smart Siding used in the construction of this tiny house is not only visually appealing but also highly durable. It’s designed to withstand the test of time, ensuring that your investment in this charming home will last for years to come.

The kitchen has apartment-sized appliances.

The kitchen in this tiny house is thoughtfully designed with apartment-sized appliances. Despite its compact size, it offers all the essential features you need to prepare meals comfortably and efficiently.

Notice the mini-split for temperature control.

Temperature control is made easy with the mini-split system. This modern HVAC unit ensures that you can maintain a comfortable climate inside the tiny house year-round, no matter the weather outside.

There’s a washer-dryer combo unit, but also a drying rack.

For added convenience, there’s a washer-dryer combo unit inside, along with a drying rack. This means you can take care of your laundry needs without the hassle of going to a laundromat.

You get a flush toilet and compact shower stall.

The bathroom in this tiny house includes a flush toilet and a compact shower stall. It’s a functional and well-designed space that makes the most of the available square footage.

There’s also a storage vanity and mirror.

A storage vanity and mirror in the bathroom provide a place to keep your toiletries and get ready for the day, adding to the overall functionality of this tiny home.

The salmon-colored doors add a pop of color.

The vibrant salmon-colored doors on this tiny house’s exterior add a pop of color and personality to its appearance, making it stand out in any setting.

Open shelving under the window provides a bit more storage.

Open shelving under the window in the main living area offers additional storage space. It’s a clever use of vertical space, ensuring that every inch of the tiny house is maximized for storage.

Look at the cozy daybed! It feels truly magical.

The cozy daybed in the main living area feels truly magical and inviting. It’s a perfect spot to relax, read a book, or take a nap while enjoying the natural light streaming in through the windows.

Watch a little TV while curled up under the covers.

You can curl up under the covers and watch a little TV in the main living area, making this tiny house a comfortable and entertaining space.

Oh, and there’s even more storage in there!

Storage solutions are cleverly integrated throughout the tiny house. There’s always room for your belongings, ensuring a clutter-free living experience.

The loft is a great place to store off-season items.

The loft in this tiny house provides ample space to store off-season items or create a cozy sleeping nook. It’s a versatile area that adds to the overall functionality of the home.

Look at the light fixtures! Love it!

Finally, the carefully chosen light fixtures throughout the tiny house add a touch of elegance and style, enhancing the overall ambiance and making this tiny house a truly delightful and functional living space.


  • Kaiser Tiny Homes, run by Benedict Kaiser, offers the 20-ft. St. Augustine model.
  • This tiny house features a galley kitchen with apartment-sized appliances and a back bathroom with a washer/dryer unit, flush toilet, and shower stall.
  • LP Vertical Smart Siding ensures durability and a modern look.
    Temperature control is provided by a mini-split HVAC unit.
  • The main floor includes a cozy daybed, perfect for relaxation and entertainment.
  • Additional storage solutions, including open shelving and a loft, maximize space.
  • Vibrant salmon-colored doors add personality to the exterior.
  • Light fixtures and stylish light blue cabinetry enhance the overall ambiance.
  • This tiny house is available for sale in Kansas for $43,000.

What do you think of this tiny house?

We’d love to hear your thoughts and opinions about this charming 20-ft. Pink & Teal Tiny House by Kaiser Tiny Homes. Do you find the LP Vertical Smart Siding and the use of apartment-sized appliances appealing? What features of this tiny house stand out to you the most, and would you consider living in a space like this? Whether you’re a tiny house enthusiast, have experience with tiny house living, or simply admire the design, your feedback is invaluable. Please share your comments and join the conversation below to let us know what you think about this delightful tiny home!

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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 three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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  • Marsha Cowan
    November 27, 2023, 10:36 am

    This is lovely, but please re-hinge that beautiful bathroom door to the other side so it doesn’t completely block the frig when open! I like the storage lift, and the outside is very crisp and smart. Cute house!

    • Marsha Cowan
      November 27, 2023, 10:38 am

      “Loft”. . . dratted spell whatchamacallit!!!

  • Michael
    November 27, 2023, 6:09 pm

    I like it because there is no sleeping loft.
    There are two things I would change.
    Firstly, a lift up to the ceiling bed would allow to get a living space at day time. With foldable lounge, table and chairs even a dining area is possible.
    Secondly, I would add a full length awning to create a shaded outdoor living space.
    Would be interesting to know about the weight of this THOW.
    Well done.

  • Maria Kentala
    November 28, 2023, 5:55 am

    Love This Home! Would love to have this. I would put an over hang over the front door so you don’t get soaked when it rains.

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