One of the most read and popular posts I've published so far is one about container living. As a matter of fact, it is one of my favorites since it shows how something so raw and unattractive as shipping containers can be transformed into beautiful living spaces. So when I spotted this amazing home I didn't think twice about sharing it with you. This beauty, in Kansas City, Missouri, is actually a prototype conceived and designed by former toy accessory designer Debbie Glassberg in hopes of making container houses an affordable alternative. The Contained Home was built mostly by putting together five metal containers, creating 2,600 square feet of unbelievable living and entertaining space.
But Debbie didn't stop there. She outdid herself by paying attention to every single inch of space with impeccable details throughout. She had the great idea of making the ceiling a focal point by covering it with neat patterned tiles — taking away the attention from the industrial feel of the walls. Her color palette is quite refreshing and her choice and mix of furniture is simply divine. I hope you enjoy looking at these pictures as much as I did.