Kabinka is an affordable tiny house perfect for trying out the lifestyle

affordable tiny house

If recent coverage of Magnolia and Traveler’s Paradise has you intrigued by the thought of living in a tiny house, you’re in for a treat with today’s highly-affordable discovery. It’s called Kabinka and is made by a Hungarian company called Hello Wood. Instead of going high-end like the others above, it chases a very basic design that makes it a thrifty option that’s perfect for peaceful getaways. This affordable tiny house is available in 4 sizes, allowing folks to fit “a kitchenette, desk, couch and stove.” Continue reading to learn more.

Kabinka is a basic, yet affordable tiny house

Whether you’re looking for a weekend retreat, separate office space, or something entirely different, Kabinka is a DIY-ready solution that should be kept on your radar. It’s great for folks that are trying to live sustainably while also preventing a lot of expenses from weighing them down.

Both its interior and exterior look fantastic and this affordable tiny house is available in four different sizes that range from 12- to 20-square-meters. Hello Wood touts this as enough space to customize your amenities to your liking with potential upgrades that include a kitchenette, stove, and more. Foregoing some of these can allow you to pick up a more versatile solution like the new NOMAD Grill & Smoker.

Pricing and availability

It’s easy to set aside things you may not like about Kabinka once you hear that pricing starts at €10,000 (works out to about $11,800 USD). That’s in-line with Polydrop Trailer and a fraction of what you’d have to spend on Airstream’s new Basecamp 20.

Once an order has been placed, Hello Wood estimates construction will take 6-8 weeks with custom feature requests adding some additional time. Interested parties can pick up the flat-pack and build it themselves, pay for assembly, or opt for a hybrid solution where Hello Wood arranges for supervision while putting it all together.

9to5Toys’ Take

While I do love the thought of Kabinka, I think it’s too extreme for most tiny home shoppers. Bearing this in mind, it does seem a potential bridge for anyone looking to try out tiny living without needing to spend a fortune.

Considering the fact that I’m not a huge fan of wood, the interior shown in photos is not really up my alley. That being said, it likely wouldn’t be terribly difficult or expensive to give it a more finished look considering just how small of a project it would be.

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