I first showed you this cabin back in 2014 when I first discovered it. Now it’s 2020 and the design seems very relevant. It’s a Kanga cabin and it’s perfectly designed for a live/work lifestyle. The sort of lifestyle that many of us are now living in because of quarantine and covid-19.
I’m excited to share this 504 sq. ft. modern cabin by Kanga Room Systems with you. I know. It’s not exactly tiny (maybe to some of you) but it’s most certainly small. And I’m not sure about you, but to me, something like this would be an absolutely perfect long-term solution. The home consists of two units with a 10′ covered breezeway/porch/outdoor living area connecting the two units.
A 14’x20′ (280 sq. ft.) unit gives you your living area and kitchen while another 14’x16′ unit (224 sq. ft.) features your bedroom, bathroom, and utility closet. Pretty cool, right? And if you don’t like ladders staircases it’s perfect because there are no sleeping lofts. It’s a one-level design.
If you live and work from home and share your home with loved ones, this is absolutely perfect because you have a separate structure for peace and quiet while your significant other can use the other area as they wish without distracting you during periods of focus and concentration. Please enjoy, let me know how you like it in the comments and re-share below!
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504 Sq. Ft. Two-in-One Modern Cabin by Kanga Perfect for the Live/Work Lifestyle (Great Design If You Work From Home and Lived with Others)
Images © Kanga Room Systems
How about this… A split-design tiny/small house from Kanga!
I don’t know about you, but I love this design concept.
Can you feel my excitement about it???
In this case, one area is the living room and kitchen…
And the other side is the bedroom. But guess what?
The bathroom is accessible from the covered porch.
See the door on the right there? That’s your bathroom.
So in some ways, it’s almost kind of like an outhouse, but it’s comfortably close.
What do you think, would you be okay with that? Do you like it? Dislike it?
You can take this design concept, and basically customize it to your own needs… How would you do it to make it work for you?
It’s 504-sq.-ft. Tiny to some, small to others, gargantuan to some.
The two units are combined by a 10-ft covered breezeway/porch with dining table.
The laundry-unit is located outside and is accessible outside. You can always build a deck to make this more comfortable to access.
It has a beautiful modern-style doesn’t it?
Cozy-hammock to relax on.
Do we get to go inside yet, though?
Super-cozy cabin look and feel.
Here it is, in all its glory, being enjoyed.
My head is exploding because of how much I would enjoy doing dishes here.
Beautiful kitchen and living area.
Indoor dining space. I love the windows!
Wow, this Kanga cabin is beautiful!
They do a wonderful job, don’t they?
The cabinets and appliances look top-notch to me.
This area is 14′ x 20′ with 280-sq.-ft. of interior space.
This side, over here, is 14′ x 16′, approximately 224-sq.-ft.
This is where your bedroom is.
As well as your washer/dryer area, and your bathroom, which is accessible from outside.
How are you liking this arrangement?
May not be ideal for all, especially because of potential weather conditions.
Sure is interesting and beautiful, though. The bathroom has a full shower, flush toilet, and vanity with storage.
The walls, ceiling, and floors, wood, with tiled shower.
Towel hooks on the walls too.
504-sq.-ft. modern cabin…!
Available from Kanga Room Systems.
How would you configure yours?
Images © Kanga Room Systems
What do you think?
Wouldn’t this be the perfect scenario if you live/work from home? Or something similar to it, maybe. Anyway, KANGA probably has the perfect solution for you if you want to get in touch with them here.
Learn more: http://kangaroomsystems.com/
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