This house is made from a single 20-foot shipping container, and it’s not like your typical container home. The owners, Paul and Cathy, built it themselves using mostly recycled materials, and it’s surprisingly affordable.
Container houses usually look plain and cold because they’re made from metal boxes. But not this one!
Paul and Cathy covered both the inside and outside with materials to make it look and feel like a cozy tiny home.
They added extensions to the ceiling and big windows that give it a warm vibe. Plus, it’s well-insulated!
Paul and Cathy used their creativity and found or made things themselves to give the house a unique and charming look. They used reclaimed wood for the beautiful countertops and doors, adding a touch of craftsmanship to the tiny home.
This house is off the grid, meaning it doesn’t rely on traditional power sources. It has a simple solar system and collects rainwater, although it’s currently connected to the regular power grid.
Around the house, there are special garden beds that help grow fruits and vegetables while creating a nice garden in the industrial surroundings.
The best part? Paul and Cathy did all the work themselves, and because they used recycled materials, the cost was incredibly low.
It’s a lovely home crafted with love. If you want to know more about it, you can check out the Elements of Creation website.