Gallery: Redneck Shipping Container House Comes Complete With Solar Pan...

 
The interior was framed with 2x4's then insulated and paneled with wood, and double-paned windows were installed on 3 sides.

Although it’s not clear whether the home was designed by an architect, it appears to be a clever project that make efficient use of space. The Chive has tons of pictures of the construction of the home – from the containers being dropped on the lots and buried into the hill all the way through final construction and the addition of furniture and decor. Two containers were set next to each other, and a large arched hole was cut in-between to connect them together and create a larger living space. The interior was framed with 2×4′s then insulated and paneled with wood, and double-paned windows were installed on 3 sides.

The two-bedroom, one-bath house features a composting toilet to save water and makes use of both photovoltaic panels and solar hot water heaters to reduce energy demands. The home is partially buried into a hill in the back, which helps moderate interior temperatures while a wood-fired stove provides heating. Although we’d certainly have liked to see a skylight or two for more daylighting, the resident’s hunting trophies are at least adequately lit. Vintage and antique furniture pieces pair nicely with the camo decor, creating unified redneck aesthetic.

Via The Chive

Images used with permission from The Chive

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4 Comments

  1. JUAN RAMÓN HERNÁNDEZ ... August 20, 2012 at 10:55 am

    FELICIDADES, ESPERO LOS DEMÁS BOLETINES ESTÁN MUY BONITOS Y BIEN REALIZADOS.

  2. oldone December 12, 2011 at 7:32 pm

    Please send all 14 pages of this house as an email so I can save to a folder

  3. JudyC August 26, 2011 at 7:46 am

    So do I. I am planning one with two containers and a gap in between and built for tropical weather.

  4. kandil July 26, 2011 at 8:57 pm

    put them on the market i would love to own one

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