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Sheds turned into small houses. I love tiny homes! -- i'd accept any as a gift, cheerfully

PRE-FAB SUPPLIER: A welcoming, country style is seen in this tiny house. It features well proportioned windows, doors and an open front porch. The board and batten siding makes it feel authentic. Kanga's house measures 168 sq. ft. (Kanga Studio)

Camerons music studio possibly.Kanga Studio: Country Cottage x - Kanga Room Systems: Models Gallery - Backyard Office-Guest House-Pool House-Art Studio-Garden Shed-Tiny House - Isn't this great? My "craft room"!

Vintage Office Furniture | Vintage office

Patina Style sunroom work space

Very versatile comfortable tone on tone home office/ work space, desk, cabinet, design inspiration.

12'x18' shed/ snack bar with a 4' porch built by Historic Shed in Palm Harbor…

Custom Snack Shack Shed

custom snack shack shed, doors, outdoor living, Custom snack bar area with awning shutters closed

for drying herbs, it would save space in the shed

GARDEN CRAFTS :: DIY Herb Drying Rack :: Picture frames + screen + chain = Herb, fruit, or veggie dryer. -- Or as a rack for drying painted papers, and other art projects. Platform feeder for birds. Imagination, go wild!


家から2kmの小さな隠れ家、すぐそこにある自然を楽しむ「City Cottage」

Designed by Verstas Architects, the City Cottage is a small cabin in a nature reserve outside the city limits of Helsinki, Finland. The cabin is created for social gatherings and relaxation during breaks and for weekend getaways.

sherwin williams grizzle gray - Google Search.  This is the color in our living room.

Mini House by Michelle de la Vega - Talk about maximizing space! The work of visual artist and space designer Michelle de la Vega, this 250 sq. mini-house was actually converted from an old.

Water cistern system....we should all be doing this more - particularly folks who live in drought prone regions like Texas and the Western US

How to Save Water on a Rainy Day

of rain puts about 600 gallons of water atop a square foot house! That's a lot of free water. These cisterns collect rainwater from a nearby roof and when the tanks are full water is dispersed through a gravity-fed drip system that irrigates crops.