Kanga Room Systems creates modern prefab tiny houses that I think you might like. They are a housing company in Austin, Texas and their units can be used for working, living, or backyard studios.
In addition, they build playhouses, add-on rooms, and cabins. Customers can assemble the parts themselves or they can pay extra for professional installation. With two of their units which you’ll see below, they were able to create the ultimate backyard pool-side guest compound. I really like the way that they set this up and also like the idea of setting up two tiny houses on wheels in a similar fashion with a shared deck. What do you think of these KANGA tiny homes? Would you consider one?
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Two Poolside Tiny Cabins by KANGA
There are two poolside studio units joined together by a covered deck.
Looks like a great bed and breakfast, doesn’t it?
Above you can see how it looks from behind plus get a glimpse of the main house.
Another angle above where you can see the wall-mounted AC units and rear access doors that lead to storage.
Aren’t they beautiful? Imagine having a couple of these in your backyard… You could rent them out, live in them, or have the family move back in so you can all live together and help each other out.
Let’s go take a look inside…
As you can see this unit includes everything you need for an enjoyable stay including a full-service kitchen.
There’s even built-in storage underneath the bed.
The all-wood look and feel is nice plus plenty of natural light comes in thanks to all of the windows. Let’s take a look at the other unit now…
This one doesn’t have as good of a kitchen but you still get a mini refrigerator and microwave.
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