At first this shipping container doesn’t look like much but its actually maximised its space pretty well to provide 2 good sized bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, washer and dryer area,dining area and kitchen. There seems to be an absence of sitting room but could be utilized in the corridor between the two bedrooms as it appears the owners spend their spare time in the bedrooms (judging by the TV in there). The shipping container home has a good size of kitchen which is a must for many. My wife loves cooking and its the one area she would love to be big wherever or whatever our home is. Good use of space throughout this shipping container house.
Using a pole type towel rail offers a few advantages over sticking a bar straight across the wall. First one being is you can put it in a place that it can swing between two points so instead of it taking up a wall space you can for example have it hanging into midair to allow towels to dry quicker (doubling it up as an airer) at the same time when the space is needed you can swing it against the shower door for example. If you get one or build one with slotted bars that you can lift up so it folds flat when its not in use the rail would only be taking up the space of a vertical pole. I know bathrooms are generally small in container homes which is why when I looked at the rails this type of design seemed to fit most peoples needs without taking up wasted space.