Tyler and Hannah Bright are the owners of the Bright Container House which is the first shipping container home built in Tulsa County. They designed and built a 2,500-square-foot house out of five shipping containers along with their friends and family. You can learn more about them and their journey building their dream home through their website.
Recently, we had the priviledge to visit Hannah & Tyler Bright’s container house in Bright Morning Farm in Sand Springs, Oklahoma. The Bright family are not only really kind but also very inspiring. Their blog inspired us to write about our ModernBlox journey. They welcomed us in their beautiful home which we will share a couple of photos with you.
Ben shows off their spacious living space.
As you can see, container architecture provides plenty of space.
The outdoor deck has a modern feel and accented by the beauty of the outdoors.
Container homes can have all the traditional amenities of a home, including a fireplace and mantle.
View of the home’s exterior. Would you know this was made out of containers unless we told you?
Side view of the home.
View of the external chimney and backyard deck.
View of the home from the treeline.
The interior walls of the container home provide texture and go along well with the iMac in the studio.
Something old, and something new- container architecture exemplified.
The kitchen has is complete with an island and dining nook.
The Build Bright family.
The interior shower.
What do you think of this gorgeous home? Let us know!