Comparatively, blue is a color that’s far more neutral than orange (check our orange container homes article), which may be one of the reasons why blue is such a prevalent shade throughout the container home design industry. Modernized looks are gradually shifting towards becoming more tasteful and more vibrant. This means that if you’re thinking about staying in your comfort zone with white, gray, or black, you’ll be better off getting your money back.
Here’s the thing with blue container homes. More often than not, people just aren’t bold enough to give something as daring and new as blue a shot. Don’t allow yourself to miss the opportunity to make your container home look beautiful because you chose to listen to the opinions of close-minded folks. Instead, being daring enough to try.
#1 A darker blue with a roof garden
The combination between green and blue is perfect, and there really isn’t a better way to describe it. Here’s a blue container home with a shade of blue so deep that it almost resonates through your soul. If you look at it long enough, you might just be able to hear the rolling waves from the ocean. Well, not really, but you get the point.
Accompanied with plenty of plants and flowers and you’ll have yourself a home that’s to-die-for.
#2 Baby blue container home
Never in a thousand years would any of us imagine that a home could be painted in baby blue. I’m sure that all of our initial sentiments included raised eyebrows and puzzling looks. But don’t fret, because this baby blue container home surprised us, and it will definitely surprise you.
There’s a subtle hint of yellow that surrounds this container home. You might think that all these bright colors make it look somewhat childish, but that’s the whole point, isn’t it? A childish looking home draws attention, appears friendly, and feels welcoming.
#3 A container home in a container
Talk about container-ception, am I right? Jokes aside, this blue container home concept consists of a stunning interior, and a very interesting take on the entire structure. The square windows arrange in the shape of a triangle represents everything that this blue container home stands for; art. From the uniformed-looking interior, to the carefully arranged lawn chairs, everything about this blue container home is just spot-on from an artist’s perspective.
#4 A 2 storey blue container home
There’s a good chance that this blue container home retained its color simply because the homeowners were far too lazy to have them repainted. Nevertheless, its effect matches its other elements perfectly well. Even the makeshift clothesline adds on to its rustic image.
#5 Getting away with rust
Rust is always talked about with such a negative connotation; everyone’s just looking to get rid of it. However, this shipping container home puts its rusty edges on full display for all to see. The results? Well, it’s not as bad as you think. In fact, the brownish stains blend in really well with the blue container home’s wooden floorings. You don’t always have to keep everything sparkling and polished to make it look amazing!