Take a tour of this memorable container home

One look inside this gorgeous green container room makes it easy to see why it's so memorable and unique. Martin's Airbnb listing for the Inkijkmuseum lets you experience something truly colorful, creative and artistic. Created from two shipping containers, the Inkijkmuseum is located in Eindhoven, North Brabant, Netherlands, and sleeps two guests comfortably.
What really makes this spot stand out is the artwork it's decorated with. It's truly a treat to be surrounded by so much amazing art. The room comes with access to a shared kitchen and bathroom, and it's near the River Dommel as well as shops and restaurants. As you walk in, you'll immediately be taken aback by the walls, which are chock full of art! The space is white, bright and light-filled.
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Each painting is its own unique work of art, making it interesting and appealing just to let your eyes take in each and every one!
The shared kitchen/dining area in the main house includes a table.
The kitchen offers a small sink, refrigerator/freezer, marbled countertops and range. You'll notice not an inch of wall space goes unused; there are paintings everywhere!
The bedroom area features a double bed and plenty of windows. A small table provides seating space.
The bathroom, accessible from the outside, offers a shower, toilet and sink. A whimsical pink polka-dotted shower curtain adds just the right touch of color to the room!
The view of the river is simply stunning, surrounded by lush trees. It's a great place to enjoy a walk and see some sights in this beautiful neighborhood.
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