Via Airbnb

This cedar-clad cabin in Texas’ Waco might be small, but there’s room for six inside as well as a sizeable rooftop terrace.

The hut’s designers, CargoHome, overhauled a pair of shipping containers to create the cabin, dubbed The Helm. Two bedrooms and bathrooms are squeezed into the tiny home, with the upstairs rooms reached by an outdoor spiral staircase.

The cabin – available to rent via Airbnb from $162 per night – is lined with 100-year-old wood, and has one full glazed end that opens out onto the surrounding trees. At night time, the roof deck glows thanks to a set of hidden LED lights.

Texas tiny home is made from two shipping containers
Via Airbnb
Via Airbnb

[Via Inhabitat]

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Emma is a contributing editor at The Spaces. She also writes for Grafik, Dezeen and Creative Review

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