40ft Shipping Container Turned Into a Dark Themed Home

What is a Container House?

The container house is a new living space far from the usual concrete houses. While determining the living space, we also determine the conditions we need and where we want to live.

It is not possible to move fixed houses. For shipping container houses, the situation is just the opposite.

Container homes are portable and sustainable. There is no harm to nature.

Container houses, which show that you can live in forests without harming nature, are more affordable than other houses in terms of cost.

The single container house is located in Upper Scamander, Tasmania, Australia.Image Courtesy of Airbnb

Forest View Container House

Container homes can host many landscapes. Container houses can be placed against many landscapes such as sea view, river view, forest view.

A container house with a forest view is one of them. All facades of the shipping container house, which is located in the forest and has no damage to its surroundings, completely overlook the forest and the river.

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You can experience this unique container house for $285.Image Courtesy of Airbnb

There is glass on all the walls of the house, allowing you to see the outside completely. The container house located in the forest is located at the bottom of my river.

Located in the very heart of nature, both the interior and exterior of the container house reflect the gothic atmosphere of the forest very well.

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The fact that all the walls of the shipping container house are glass completely eliminates the privacy in the forest.

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The black color is heavily preferred for the interior and exterior of the container house.

The furnishings are preferred more pale than the dark color, but the dark color dominates the house in general.

We see that it is an architectural design that reflects the closed and gloomy atmosphere of the forest very well.

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You can enjoy the sun by lying on the sun loungers on the veranda of the container house on the river bank.

An area where you want to sunbathe or sleep on the sun lounger has been designed and integrated with the container.

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The kitchen part is combined with the living room and is positioned against the river. The place of the dining table is set to face out, so you can dine against the river view.

In the living room there is a kitchen, dining table, refrigerator, armchair and double bed. The stove placed at the end of the bed will make you feel better that you are in the lodge.

In a shipping container home with one bathroom, dark colors that dominate the whole house are also seen in the bathroom. The washbasin, closet and cabinet in the bathroom created an atmosphere dating back to 1980.

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In the bathroom dominated by black, the mosaic pattern in black and white has managed to disperse the suffocating and gloomy atmosphere of the bathroom to some extent.

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With the glass detail in the bathroom, you can watch the outside while taking a shower. Outside of the bathroom, there is a built-in tub. Enjoying a bathtub with a forest view will be quite unusual. The glass detail that separates the bath and the tub acts as a transparent screen.

Located in the forest, the garden of this house has seating areas made of stones. You can light a fire by gathering around these seating areas and have a good time around the fire with your loved one.

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Container house with forest and river view is narrow in area.

It is designed and designed for 2 people. You can choose it for a peaceful holiday that you can choose with your spouse or lover.

The general feature of the container house is that it completely embraces nature. Glass everywhere seems to be designed to make you feel like you are in the depths of the forest.