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416 Sq. Ft. Modern Tiny Cabin w/ Awesome Deck!


This is a 416 sq. ft. modern tiny cabin on a foundation called the Modern Dwell 16×26 and it’s built by Kanga Room Systems.

This absolutely gorgeous backyard dwelling is the mother of all guesthouses. At 416 sqft with 1 bed, 1 bath, and a full-sized kitchen your guests or renters will have all of the amenities they need for a short or longterm stay in your backyard hideaway.

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16×26 Modern Dwell Tiny Cabin by Kanga Room Systems

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  • Avatar C. D.
    October 27, 2018, 11:09 am

    I agree with Facebook user Chas J Wiggins: better furniture placement. But to each his own. I love this tiny house. Would need a rolling island in the kitchen, then everything would be perfect for me. Maybe some floor storage for winter gear.

  • Avatar Jal Para
    August 6, 2019, 5:33 pm

    It’s a beautiful house but I’ll never understand the need for a gigantic refrigerator in a one bedroom home.

  • Avatar AJ
    October 3, 2019, 9:25 pm

    Beautifully built, however not much thought went into the placement of the stove/ fridge.
    If the inhabitants are bakers/ oven users at all, there will be no insulation in the fridge in
    no time.
    Been there, seen that happen.

  • Avatar Wanda
    October 4, 2019, 8:10 am

    Agree about the fridge…use a smaller one and add more cabinet and counter space….even a thin cabinet for storing cookie sheets would be better. Also the mini split over the fridge would be a pain in the butt. You have to clean those filters monthly plus if drainage tube blocks, they start leaking water. I only saw one unit…you would need another in bedroom.

  • Avatar Crystal
    October 5, 2019, 9:38 am

    Beautiful little cabin! Personally i’d make just one floor plan change by eliminating the kitchen entrance to bathroom to get a bit more kitchen cabinet/counter wrap around there, but I would totally live here! I really like the windows at the roof line. Lots of light but privacy too.

  • Avatar evelyn
    October 5, 2019, 5:27 pm

    absolutley love this design. great choice of low profile furniture. the only change i would make would be to make the roofline extend over the front to create a outdoor living area porch. oh and love the windows tucked under the eaves…..light gets in but keeps out the heat from the sunshine. brilliant design

  • Avatar Dick
    November 30, 2019, 9:01 pm

    Speaking of the furniture, I believe it’s called Danish modern. I remember it from the early 1960s, and it definitely works well here. And brings back memories.

    I do agree with the above comments about 1) rearranging the furniture (put the couch on the front wall and the dinette set where the couch is now), 2) the refrigerator–use a slightly narrower fridge and put one of those sliding pantry shelves between the stove and fridge, and 3) filling in the kitchen entrance to the bath to gain counter space in the kitchen and space for a washer and dryer in the bathroom. Not needed here, since this is a guest house, but I’d need a w/d for full-time living–unless it’s hidden in that closet to the right of the refrigerator.

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