Called The Lily Pad, this little cabin is located in Logan, Ohio and is surrounded by wooded land. It’s a small shipping container house with only one bedroom, a bathroom, a kitchen and a tiny living area but even so it feels quite open thanks to the large windows and the strong connection with the outdoors. The bedroom is very small but also really cozy. It has a full-height window which opens up the room and frames a nice view of the forest. The rest of the spaces are combined into open floor area. A motorized garage door made out of glass serves as a connector between the indoor and the outdoor spaces.
The container cabin is nestled among a wooden area with challenging topographyThe indoor areas and the majority of the outdoor ones are placed under the same roofThe angled roof is supported by wooden beams and seamlessly connects the indoor and outdoor spaces
The angled roof actually extends at the front and covers up the porch. Out here there are even more amenities. There’s a swing bed on one side which is a really cool and fun feature. There’s also a hot tub on the opposite side of the porch, sheltered by the extended roof. Off to the side and in the open there’s a fire pit and a little seating area around it. All thing considered, although this is a small structure it offers all the necessary amenities and features and more in a really nice and complete package. You can book this place via Airbnb if you want to experience it all for yourself.
The covered porch houses a hot tub, a swing bed and a cozy sitting areaThe swing bed is positioned in the corner close to the fire pit area
The porch and the indoor living area are separated by a glass garage doorThere’s a full kitchen with plenty of storage, appliances and even a large window with a nice viewThe living area consists mostly of a comfortable couch with a full view of the porchThe tiny bedroom is super cozy and has a large window that overlooks the forestThe bathroom is small as well but doesn’t really feel cluttered thanks to the bright colorsChic accent pieces and stylish accessories add character to every little corner of this cabinThe exterior of the container is black and that allows it to more easily blend into the landscapeAfter the transformation, you can barely tell this used to be a cold, industrial-looking shipping container