Wait till you take a closer look at this amazing shipping container home built with a used high cube shipping container one end was modified to inset a massive picture window that brings in lots of natural light and gives you a beautiful view of the forest. The shipping container cabin is 31 feet long by 8 feet wide, and 9.5 feet tall. The interior has custom black kitchen cabinetry, unique transforming furniture, and all the amenities to be comfortable. To get into the cabin you come through the door on the side of the tiny home. Once inside the tiny home, you'll see that everything is open concept, with no separation except for the bathroom wall.
As you start moving through the tiny house space you will see the modern kitchen area complimented by the black cabinetry and the wooden walls. The cabinetry is cut with a CNC machine which gives it a clean and unique look with the raw edges of the wood framing the drawers. All the drawers are soft closed and there is plenty of space to store cutlery, pots, and pans and a drawer for a convection oven. Instead of handles for the drawer, there are cutouts. There is a small fridge and a storage shelf with a wine rack on top which can also double as a night table as it's next to the bed. A good amount of counter space for preparing food. Right above there is more storage for cups and glasses, and there is also a large range hood for absorbing moisture and smells while cooking which is important in a tiny space such as this.
Almost everything you see in the tiny house was done on-site, container modifications, were all made at the building site by the team. Next to the kitchen is the sleeping area with a large queen-sized bed, and a massive picture window that takes up the whole wall, it's a pretty great feature to have such an immersive view of the forest next to the bed. There is a roller blind that covers the whole window for privacy. There is a custom-built transforming table in the kitchen area, which is nice because it's quick and easy to transform when you need a table, and space-saving when it's folded back into place.
At the end of the cabin, you have a bright bathroom. It's a pretty good size, and you don't feel cramped at all, due in part to the glass sliding shower door, and the tall window inside. A big window in the bathroom is not something you typically see, but is nestled in the forest and offers creates enough privacy to be able to do this. You'll appreciate all of the custom features throughout. Tucked away in the bathroom is the large mechanical room and storage closet that is accessed by a pocket door. There are also retractable clothes hanging wire. You'll want to watch the full video tour of this awesome tiny shipping container home for all the details.
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