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Manor Wooden Villa - 01

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Moon Box

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Loft Mirror

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The Loft Mirror is a beautiful new loft style home from kobuild. The steel structure uses mirror for the exterior, allowing it to blend into the landscape. Large windows, bathe the space with light.

A very clean and simple design, love it!


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Oslo Container Home

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Konbuild have been hard at work creating an affordable container home that can be shipped worldwide from East Asia. Each Oslo home can be shipped in pairs of two in on standard 40 foot high cube container. They hope to address issues, such as affordable housing, granny flats, sleep outs, bungalows with this semi flat pack home. Both side folds in for easier shipping.

The model pictured, using many Australian standard parts, such as toilets and windows.
It’s very customizable, maybe as an office, extra room or even a camping lodge.
Let us know in the comments, what you would use it for.

Quality vinyl plank flooring has beed used, with tasteful base boards and a clean white interior.
Don’t get me wrong, these aren’t top end homes, but the prices reflect that. Starting at $15,900 according to Konbuild.


So head over to their website https://konbuild.com/ to learn more.

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50+ Container Home Ideas

Currently compiling a list of container home ideas.
Which do you love, leave your comments below?

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Source: http://www.blog.designsquish.com/index.php?/site/wfh_house/

Source: http://www.minimalisthomes.com/

Source: http://www.minimalisthomes.com/

Source: http://www.questdg.com/projects/residential/pinellas-park

Source: http://www.questdg.com/projects/residential/pinellas-park

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I'll keep adding to this list, if you know the architects/proper source for any of these, please let me know. 
 


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Freedom | A modern and charming container home

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Freedom | A modern and charming container home

A beutiful container home from Minimalist Homes, the Freedom.

Freedom by Minimalist homes.

Freedom by Minimalist homes.

A spacious and practical interior.

A spacious and practical interior.

Full size appliences in a small space.

Full size appliences in a small space.

A clean look of greys, natural wood with a clean white ceiling.

A clean look of greys, natural wood with a clean white ceiling.

Smart benches and honest wiring leaves an industrial yet homey feel.

Smart benches and honest wiring leaves an industrial yet homey feel.

Sliding doors leave the bathroom open and spacious.

Sliding doors leave the bathroom open and spacious.

A space saving bed design.

A space saving bed design.

How's that, what a stunning shower! Let's get naked.

How's that, what a stunning shower! Let's get naked.

A well thought out bathroom with maximium space.

A well thought out bathroom with maximium space.

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SHIGERU BAN ARCHITECTS | A stunningly simple container home

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Bathroom Flora

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Bathroom Flora

Check out this ideas for bringing a little bit nature into your bathroom. Create yourself a stunning flora bathroom.

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Air Plants – Beautiful and Virtually Care Free

 

Air Plants – Beautiful and Virtually Care Free

No soil required!

No soil required!

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No green thumb? No worries! Now you can enjoy plants that don’t need water – or dirt?  No such thing, right? Well…not exactly- check out these little gems affectionately referred to as Air Plants! Want to know more? Read on…
 With over 730 species in the Tillandsia genus, these air plants (epiphytes) are in the Bromeliad family. Ok, enough botanical talk- let us move onto more interesting facts. 
These plants are native to the jungles and forests of Central America, South America, and the southern United States. Typically, they grow without soil while attached to other plants. They get almost all their nutrients through their leaf structures from such things as dust, insect matter, and decaying leaves. New plants can be propagated from their offshoots. Some species produce vibrant colourful blooms and others produce fragrant flowers. A few varieties bloom only once before dying and their leaf colour will change from green to red (blushing) when getting ready to flower. 

Growing and Caring For Your Air Plants•    With a little imagination and about 15 minutes, you can dress up the dreariest corner, an empty spot on your wall, or add a splash of colour to your kitchen counter, bathroom, or desk! Let your imagination run wild on the possibilities – these precious little plants never demand much attention. They fit perfectly into teacups, conch shells, small glass-bowl terrariums, hanging globes, small ceramic pots, etc. Research the type of air plant you plan to buy and its natural habitat will help you understand its care. 

Common to all air plants is the fact that they all need constant air circulation. Other factors to consider:
•Mist your air plant daily - they need some moisture –if located in a humid environment, such as a bathroom, misting is not necessary. Mist only once or twice a week during the winter
•Fertilize  with a weak solution monthly during spring and summer-mix a low-nitrogen liquid fertilizer at ¼  strength
•Protect from full sun-if it grows wild on trees, provide partial shade and keep it in moist
•Ground types will do well indoors in bright, filtered light or outdoors in partial shade
•Air plants will not survive temperatures below 45 degrees

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Infographic explaining how awesome air plants are.

Infographic explaining how awesome air plants are.

How about you, is an air plant something you would decorate your home with?


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