Explore a wooden container home with a glamorous bathroom and full of special touches

The newest model from Custom Container Living, a 40-foot (12.19-meter) Lake Cabin, combines a nice wooden facade with your everyday modular aesthetics.
Those of you who have been following the tiny living movement for a little while will already know some of this company's signature designs. If you haven't seen their creations before, you're in for a treat: the special touches adorning their container homes always make them worth visiting.
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White framed doors and windows add a special sleekness to the matte wooden siding.
The interiors, by comparison, are wholly glossy and chic. Not that the outside isn't a treasure box of elegance in its own right.
A mobile sleeping loft ladder is easily placed in upright position, and is just as simple to set aside whenever you need a bit more legroom.
The container cabin's wood-burner stove will ensure this dwelling is cozy and snug all year long.
A marvelous kitchen area invites us to embrace the luxurious side of container living.
But is it any match to the glamorous bathroom and its spacious tub? We'll let you decide.
As you can see, the bathroom delights all visitors with an interesting blend of textures and lush fittings all around.
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Stunning, isn't it? Custom Container Living continues to add a splash of luxury to their repertoire of modular homes. This 40-foot lake cabin, in particular, is well-placed to enable all container living enthusiasts to revel in the finer details of an off-the-grid lifestyle.

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