14ื24 Modern Cabin-Style Tiny House by Kanga Room Systems

Have a look at this cabin style tiny house from Kanga Room Systems. This 14 foot by 24-foot modern small house design could work as a tiny house to living, or it could also be a great vacation home, guest suite or rental unit. Kanga Room Systems has a variety of different small house designs that customers can choose from to build themselves. All of their plans can also be customised too. The great thing about their homes is that they come as kits that can be easily assembled. Customers can either construct their own tiny house, or they can have someone from the company come out to build it for them. When you're thinking about small house living full-time, there are a few different housing options you can choose from. You can pick a DIY kit like this one which makes the tiny house building process much easier for you. Or you could also build your own tiny house from scratch. Doing all of the tiny house building yourself is a lot of work, but it's also a great way to get all of the things you want in your tiny house. You can also choose to use recycled or upcycled materials which will save you money, and it's a great environmentally friendly option.

All of Kanga Room Systems tiny houses are environmentally friendly, and they use as many sustainable materials as they can. They are always learning and implementing the latest in sustainable tiny house building practices. If you're interested in being eco-friendly, going with a company like this will be a great option. It's important that the company building your home is in alignment with your own values. So what do you get when you order a tiny house building kit from Kanga Room Systems? You will get a basic shell that has a stone and skid foundation. You'll also get all of the materials for the two by four construction, the roof decking and insulation. Then you will also get the pine tongue and groove ceiling boards, lap siding for the exterior, a steel door, and the windows. You can add to the home package and increase the number of windows amongst other options. Whenever you order a DIY shell tiny house building option like this one, you'll have to do all of the electrical and plumbing work yourself as well as all of the finishing touches. SO you will need to install flooring, drywall, cabinetry, fixtures and appliances.

You can see in the photos on the Kanga Room Systems website what a charming tiny house this is. It would be nice for small house living short-term as a vacation home or as a full-time home for the right person who enjoys small house living. There is a cute little kitchenette with a mini fridge in it, as well as great cabinets and countertops. There is a sink and a range in the countertop too so cooking would be possible in this small house. The bathroom is a great size for a smaller home with a large shower and vanity. There is also a flush toilet in the bathroom too, but if you wanted to make your small house off-grid, you could include a composting toilet instead. The living room is cosy, but this area of the home could also function as an office space or as a little bedroom area. Check out all of the photos of the tiny house and see if you could imagine yourself having this on a property you own. Enjoy looking at some of their other small house living options as well.***

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