9 Cool Container Homes To Inspire Your Own

Container homes are what you would imagine them to be. Rectangular, cozy, built from shipping containers, and cost way less than regular homes. Looking at container homes design ignited a crazy idea in me. Forget about a cabin in the woods. One of these shipping container home plans is up for building. Continue reading for your own shipping container house design idea!

Container Homes You Wish Were Your Own!

1. Elegant Modern Container Home

While this is an elaborate design for a container home and anything but a tiny house, you’ll love this. After all, it can pass for an architectural marvel. It’s an ultra-modern home for those who want to keep up. With straight lines, floor-to-ceiling windows with glass panels, it’s anything but recycled.

2. Luxury Shipping Container Home

Check this lovely tiny house listed in homes for sale at a jaw-dropping price of only $35,000! You never get cozy prefab homes at less than $40, 000. For your home extension or a guest house, spare yourself the hefty construction price. With 160 square feet of living space, you can have this complete with furnishings. It is also water and electricity ready via RV-style connections.

3. Modern Container Beach House

Beach houses and holiday homes cost a fortune, but we all love to have one. It is a good investment and it shouldn’t break the bank to build. These beach container homes look promising though some frown on the idea. There are building issues to consider such as the weather and maintenance cost. Check out the interior of this container home and see if it makes you smile instead.

4. Modern Design Container Home

Container home plans build from either single or many cargo containers. This modern container home used four shipping containers. The lower levels of the container home’s exterior used pre-rusted corten steel. The upper levels use expanded metal sheets. It also features floor-to-ceiling windows. And the interior is also like every other home.

5. House Built With 5 Cargo Containers

This couple built this stunning house from 5 shipping containers. Whatever are your concerns in a shipping container house, it’s about to change. Take a tour of their container home and get inspiration for your own project.

6. Container Home And Studio

If you’re a minimalist, you’ll love how this design managed to keep the original exterior of the cargo container. It gives it a rustic feel but the inside is still a homey and sweet vibe. If you have shipping containers for sale near you, this design is perfect.

7. Shipping Container Guest House

With this guest house design, your guests will definitely feel at home with the privacy of a separate dwelling. Watch out! They might stay a few more days beyond their scheduled leave. View the interior of this container guest house and you’ll see what I mean.

8. Tiny Scale Shipping Container House

Even a single container home can provide you with the amenities of a regular home. Check out the interior of this container home as design inspiration for your own project. With double shipping containers, they make great single-family homes.

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