Her Backyard Container Tiny Home – Creative She Shed

Meet Tammy, a flight attendant and content creator living in a backyard container tiny home. Her fiancé built it behind his custom-built small home for her to live in before they tie the knot. Now, it's becoming her she shed—an office for her creative endeavors and a simple living sanctuary when she needs me-time.

She calls her container tiny house, her Crayon Box, because of her colorful decor style.

"This has become like a "she shed" for me, but it's also like a little mini office. I do everything in here. All of my content creation comes out of this little small space.

So I have Contained Sunshine, and then I have Sunflowers and Rays.

Sunflowers and Rays is my main account. It initially started off as just me having fun. Now it's blown up into coffee videos, pare, beauty, and travel, coffee shop reviews. It's all over the place right now. I guess you can say it's lifestyle, a lifestyle vlog.

After the wedding, we plan on keeping the tiny home here for, I guess, my sanity's sake. I do love the huge family that I'm walking into, but I do step away a lot into my own space and my own little head space. So we're going to keep the container home. We're going to keep it here. It's not going to be rented out.

It's forever my little crayon box."

-Tammy, @containtedsunshine

Inside her Backyard Container Tiny Home

Tammy's finance turned a 40-foot shipping container into her cozy container tiny home. As the name Crayon Box implies, she brought it to life with a wide array of colors, from the vibrant blue ceiling to the swanky orange velvety sofa. It's the kind of space that makes you smile.

Like most container homes, Tammy's tiny house is a single-level design with a main floor bedroom. She has a queen bed beside an art gallery wall showcasing pieces from her travels. Her TV stand on wheels lets her easily move the television from the bedroom area to the living room when she has friends over.

Must-haves in Tammy's backyard container home include a dehumidifier. It's invaluable in the humid city of Houston, Texas. Also, she couldn't do without a long kitchen counter for her coffee content-making. Overall, this cozy yet open she-shed gives her the space & freedom to express herself.

Watch Tammy's backyard container tiny home tour!

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