Tuesday, September 1, 2020

Yellow Submarine

If you can recall the lyrics of a Beatles’ song from 1966 about the “yellow submarine” in “a sea of green” – let me tell you that it does exist!


Bryce Langston from Living Big in a Tiny House visits an incredible tiny home which has been constructed out of an old grain silo and transformed into a whimsical yellow submarine themed dwelling. It is located in Marton (Māori: Tutaenui), a town in the Rangitikei district of the Manawatū-Whanganui region of New Zealand's North Island. 

The yellow submarine is almost entirely a collection of up-cycled materials assembled together. From spa baths, to radar domes, you'll be amazed at how all these old parts have been combined to create a tiny house.


For those who love ultra-creative projects, this is a must see video!


The couple who made this possible (below photo) are Keith Lovelock, a former radio technician and wife Jen:

The "yellow submarine" project is all about putting their creativity to the test, having fun, and creating something memorable that Airbnb guests can enjoy for $130 a night. 

To book your own stay in this wonderful tiny house: https://www.airbnb.co.nz/rooms/20605023

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