Tag Archives: Sheds

Backyard Eichlers in Marin County, California

Backyard Eichlers are backyard rooms and sheds designed to fit in with your Eichler architecture… We offer four standard models, each featuring specific Eichler touches, such as flat or slanted roof lines, distinctive window treatments, exposed beam ceilings, and more. Many design options allow you to customize your model.” – Backyard Eichlers See more of these Mid Century […]

Thunder Beach Wood Works Cabin

Pictured here is a small 10’x10′ cabin by Thunder Beach Wood Works – located in Lindsay, Ontario. They build sheds & bunkies and are available for custom work. “We are also interested in the Small House Movement or Tiny Homes. This would be a home between 65 and 887 square feet and could act nicely as […]

$12,000 Shed to Tiny House Conversion

“I thought you would enjoy this shed from tiny house design that was converted to an amazing little bunkhouse. The owner Sue did a great job not only in the design and the interior but also in completing this project for only around $12,000.”

Hobbit Holes

Small business that builds hobbit hole inspired houses. “Wooden Wonders custom designs and builds playhouses, garden sheds, and other outdoor structures to beautify your landscape and inspire imaginative work or play.” Read more about Hobbit Hole playhouses, sheds, cottages, saunas, more! – Home.

More sheds than households in UK says new report

I think this new report from Screwfix confirms my suspicion that tiny outbuildings are much more popular in the UK than America. It’s estimated that there are as many as 30 million outbuildings in Britain, which is more than the total number of households. More sheds than households in UK says new report

Sheds on Inhabitat

It’s always exciting to see the really big mainstream blogs, like Inhabitat, pick up on aspects of the small house movement. This time they posted an article on Sheds and their wide range of uses. Sheds on Inhabitat

A Bold Solution for the Homeless

The Mad Housers are an Atlanta based non-profit organization dedicated to showing people how to put a roof over their own heads. The end result are temporary tiny houses build with and by the folks that will live there until they get on their feet. Read more on Tiny House Design

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