See the polished living area that makes it hard to believe this is a container home

Modular homes don't have to be humble and confined. You can create a luxurious masterpiece by combining just the right number of shipping containers into a single construction.
At least, that's what Australia's Container Build Group did when they created their Hinterland model. This stylish abode is among the largest of their fleet of prefab options. It was designed as an upmarket take on the sustainable features that smaller living enthusiasts cherish the most.
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Want to see how the other half embraces container housing? Then come take a closer look.

One of our latest projects with a luxury finish. 7 x 40ft containers. 'The Hinterland'

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For this build, the exterior cladding deliberately focused on breaking away from the staple rustic aesthetics that we're used to.

Large decks for spacious outdoor living.

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Pretty polished, right? An angled roof reigns everything in, making this generous deck look like a work of art.

Large open area in the centre of 'The Hinterland'. Can you tell it's a container home?

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The inside is pretty impressive, too! Elevated ceilings and bright interior touches accentuate the elegant furnishings enveloping this home.

Kitchens to suit your needs

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In this modern kitchen, the darker fittings and contemporary lighting gracefully stand out.

Master Bedroom with ensuite and walk-in robe in two 40ft containers.

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What can we say? Vintage posters add a bit of character to these elegant sleeping quarters.

One of 3 bathrooms.

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The bathroom makes us feel like we've traveled to a whole new dimension - one that's filled with zebra stripes and and pop art embellishments.

One of the five bedrooms.

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Another bedroom delights us with its tasteful details. Opting for the less-is-more approach, a delicate mirror is the standout feature in this room.
Impressed? So are we. When it comes to luxury touches, these container home experts are right on the money. The Hinterland brings us a remarkable contrast of textures, structures, and tones that seemingly work in perfect harmony.
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To see more of this home and how it was build, check out Container Build Group's video tour below:

Finished with the finest materials and craftsmanship, this shipping container home sports a luxurious interior, complete with windows on every side.
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