Inside St. Louis' First Home Built From Shipping Containers With Owners Travis And Gina Sheridan
After many months of planning and construction, the owners of a unique project in north St. Louis are now calling the completed space home. Gina and Travis Sheridan moved into their house, which is made out of nine steel shipping containers and located in the Old North neighborhood, several weeks ago.
On Wednesday’s St. Louis on the Air, the Sheridans joined guest host Ruth Ezell to discuss what went into the effort and share what they’re enjoying most about their distinctive new abode.
In addition, St. Louis Public Radio's David Kovaluk stopped by the container house earlier in the day for some photos. Listen to the conversation and get a visual tour of the place below:
Nine separate shipping containers come together to form the Sheridans' unique new home.
Art and cats, including Surely Pancake here, both play key roles within the space.
This bathroom makes the most of the shipping containers' rippled steel structure.
While the shipping containers are individually rather long and narrow, the home itself has a very open-floor-plan feel.
This bed certainly looks like it's floating.
And on top of everything else, the Sheridans now live less than 200 feet from Crown Candy in north St. Louis.
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