If you’re like me you don’t just like tiny houses.
I happen to like all sorts of unique shelters in all kinds of shapes and sizes.
But usually for me the smaller the better because I like efficiency and the idea of not going beyond our needs too much.
In this post I’m going to show you an example of what can be done with a couple of recycled shipping containers.
See how this architect turned two reclaimed containers into a beautiful, eco-friendly small house:
Shipping Container Home
Space in the Living Room still Opens up to the Outside
Outdoor Deck Space
Interior of the Container House
Minimalist Kitchen in a Container House
Photo credits Price Street Projects
To me there’s so much to like about this house. I like the modern look and feel combined with a sort of rustic reclaimed vibe that it has.
The color white, for me, always works well. And I really like how you can still open up the container doors to bring the outside in. Especially in good weather.
I also like the exposed beams and I love the structure they built to combine the two containers and make the entire thing one awesome home.
What’s your favorite part about this container house?
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