Rich in Vermont built this tiny 10×16 shed. This photo was taken in 2013. Here’s what he said when he posted the photo. I’m done with clapboard! Well, not entirely, but I need a couple of doors on the shed before that can happen. The second coat of paint is on, but the trim paint […]
Pictured here is one of two houses featured in the linked article from the Yakima Herald. Across the Yakima Valley in Tieton, Kassie and Steve Frith are just settling down in their own tiny home, towed from Omaha, Neb., in mid-July. They relocated because Kassie will begin her first year at Pacific Northwest University of Health […]
We named our design “The Perfect Shed,” it has the perfect proportions (discovered by the ancient mathematician Euclid) of the ‘golden ratio.’ Having designed sheds for 30 years, we think the size is perfect too. It is 10ft x 12ft – neither too big nor too small.” – David Stiles Read more about this Timber Framed […]
Research from Dunster House suggests that keeping sheds as storage areas is no longer the most popular way of using them – more than half of the people surveyed said they use their shed as a dedicated hobby space or relaxing hideaway.” – Shedworking Read more about Sheds more popular for working in than storage says poll.
This gable shed is probably the smallest one we offer. Although Bebe is not so large, you can spend in it beautiful moments as well as in the others.” – Pin-Up Homes Learn more about Bebe
The 10 by 12 (shed) with a 13-foot ridge gave us enough room to tuck in a sleeping loft. We hacked the plans to extend the roofline out 4 feet over the door, and we built the floor out of of 2x4s.” – Apartment Therapy Read and see more of Four People (and a Dog) Living in […]
A grandmother named Monica Smith worked on her tiny 8 x 10 shed in her back yard. Her neighbors laughed when they realized she was converting it into a tiny cabin. It was very strange that she was putting so much effort into this small space. However it was not just a hobby this grandmother […]
This is our 24 x 14 foot shed being pulled up the narrow mountain road. It is paved, barely, and about the width of one good truck. The final resting place was a former potato field (1940-1950) and our little house was dropped in place with minimal damage. The house was placed on a gravel […]