HAPPY TWOGETHER TINY SHIPPING CONTAINER

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HAPPY TWOGETHER TINY SHIPPING CONTAINER

If you have been an avid follower of the tiny house movement, then you would have come across a Custom Container Living design at some point. These Archie, Missouri container home experts continue to amaze us all with their incredible constructions and great decorative taste. I have already shared The Archie Shipping Container Home, The 380 Sq. Ft. Home, and Rustic Tiny Cabin with you from them. 🙂

 

HAPPY TWOGETHER TINY SHIPPING CONTAINER

 

HAPPY TWOGETHER TINY SHIPPING CONTAINER

 

Made from two 20’ repurposed steel shipping containers, the Happy Twogether provides a more traditional house layout than a tiny house on wheels.

 

HAPPY TWOGETHER TINY SHIPPING CONTAINER

 

The main floor bedroom and living room are in one container while the main entryway, kitchen, and bathroom are in the other. An archway connects the two containers. There are tile floors in the entryway and bathroom, and bamboo flooring throughout the rest of the house. Pine tongue-and-groove walls are used through the main part of the house and corrugated metal is used in the bathroom.

 

HAPPY TWOGETHER TINY SHIPPING CONTAINER

 

HAPPY TWOGETHER TINY SHIPPING CONTAINER

 

HAPPY TWOGETHER TINY SHIPPING CONTAINER

 

HAPPY TWOGETHER TINY SHIPPING CONTAINER

 

HAPPY TWOGETHER TINY SHIPPING CONTAINER

 

HAPPY TWOGETHER TINY SHIPPING CONTAINER

 

HAPPY TWOGETHER TINY SHIPPING CONTAINER

 

HAPPY TWOGETHER TINY SHIPPING CONTAINER

 

HAPPY TWOGETHER TINY SHIPPING CONTAINER

 

HAPPY TWOGETHER TINY SHIPPING CONTAINER

 

HAPPY TWOGETHER TINY SHIPPING CONTAINER

 

The custom kitchen cabinets are made from birch and stained green and blue, adding a lot of color to contrast with the natural pine walls.

 

HAPPY TWOGETHER TINY SHIPPING CONTAINER

 

The Happy Twogether is heated and cooled with a Mitsubishi Hyper heat system and has spray foam insulation in the walls and ceiling.

The base price for this model is $58,900.

 

So what do you think? Would you stay here? 🙂

 

 

Information Source: Tiny Living

Photo Source:  Tiny Living

 

 

 

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