Awesome Tiny House Built With 3 Shipping Containers
Today I’m going to introduce you to Brenda Kelly’s gorgeous tiny house that she built with 3 scrap shipping containers. We are going to New Zealand to get to know this amazing transformation story better.
Tiny house is the name given to minimalist structures with wheeled or fixed designs, ranging in size from 10 square meters to 30 square meters. This minimalist trend, which aims to be happy with little things, is accepted as a way of life. These impressive homes have become popular all over the world, creating useful living spaces in small spaces.
If you had three shipping containers, what would you do with them? Let’s take a look at what Brenda Kelly did with the shipping container.
Great transformation story
This gorgeous 2-story tiny container house is made from 3 shipping containers. This awesome container house was built in New Zealand. With 3 shipping containers and stunning Lake Taupo views, the tiny container house has a truly stunning design.
Brenda Kelly used three 20-foot shipping containers to build this amazing container house. Brenda chose to use shipping containers because they are resistant to harsh natural conditions.
The tiny container house has a large main living area with stunning lake views. When you open the wide sliding door of the living room, you reach a wonderful veranda with lake view.
The modern small house has two cozy bedrooms decorated in light colors. Next to the living room is a minimalist kitchen with modern design. The kitchen looks eye-catching with its stylish design.
The tiny container house has a large patio with stunning Lake Taupo views. The gray sitting group on the veranda adds freshness to the environment.
The container house has two floors and there is a one-car parking lot under the house where you can park your car.
I really like this design story. And you?
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