Enjoy an exclusive container living experience in an elegant tiny home

What do you get when you build two container homes by the beachside? Why the perfect Airbnb getaway combo, of course! Sun, surf, sand and container living. At first glance, one wouldn't think this could be a match made in heaven. But the Conch vacation rentals prove that a modern container construction can become the ideal beachside getaway.
The Conch Containers, holiday homes in Carolina Beach, North Carolina, will make your sunny escapade that much more memorable. Put on your bathing suit, gather up your surfboard and plunge into a special container beach house tour.
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Built in 2015, the two adjacent Conchs are identical in aesthetics and design. Each container rental measures 320 square feet and is spacious enough to comfortably accommodate a couple with a small child.
You will find these two cabins in a private lot, situated within walking distance from the calm blue ocean. You can rent them independently or together, depending on availability and how many people are traveling in a group.
An outside shower is all one could ever ask for after a full day of surfing and swimming. An outdoor beach gear storage area sits right next to the shower too.
With a deck right by the living area, guests can choose to relax outside or just chill out inside.
The interiors are quite elegant, complete with contemporary furnishings and all the best amenities. That fascinating lighting fixture by the sofa is a constant motif in the Conchs.
According to its listing, this Conch vacation rental comes with interesting additions such as Paperstone countertops and mahogany hardwood flooring.
Organic linen and a Casper mattress are among the features you can expect to find in the bedroom.
Notice the lighting features, similar to those found in the living room. They provide a compelling contrast to the bedroom's simple, refined composition.
Lastly, the Conch container boasts a spacious bathroom. Does anyone else think the carpet sort of looks like a bow-tie for the fancy interiors?
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The black, white and mahogany tones create an intriguing radiance in this stylish room. The subway tile on the shower walls the shower contrasts with the black tile of the shower floor.

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