It turns out Bachelorette alumni are much better at interior design than finding everlasting love—sorry, Hannah B. Former couple (and rare Bachelor franchise success story) Jojo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers have taken their expertise from flipping houses on the side to a full-blown television series on CNBC, called Cash Pad. Basically, the pair turn run-down spots like airstream trailers and garages into short-term rental vacation hot-spots on Airbnb. Sounds fun, right?
Their most recent venture was taking a rusty old shipping container in a couple's backyard in Austin, Texas, and turning it into a trendy place to stay for tourists and travelers alike. Jojo and Jordan's goal was for their rental to stick out among the rest of the shipping container Airbnbs in the area—this meant that they needed unique factors that would set them apart.
One of the best parts about this particular shipping container is that it can sleep up to four people—there's a full on private bedroom with a queen bed, and a living room that has a sleeper sofa. The luxe shipping container also has window doors that fully open up, creating a seamless indoor-outdoor experience.
Jojo and Jordan added a large deck was to serve as an outdoor dining area, but it can also be used as a spot to chill and soak in the enormous heritage trees around the property. Giant games like Jenga and Connect Four are also available for your entertainment, and there's a cozy fire pit for you to snuggle up next to at night.
The shipping container was just listed on Airbnb (they waited until after the episode aired), so while there aren't any reviews yet, based on what we've seen from Cash Pad we can bet that it'll have five-star ratings in no time.
Cash Pad airs every Tuesday at 10 p.m. on CNBC.
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