Yesterday we wrote about a few high-end pool houses and pavilions; today we're visiting their working class cousins, humble garden sheds. They offer the potential for a small but useful converted space and, unlike pool houses, they exist in lots of backyards across America...
Depending on the size of your space, possible uses include an extra bedroom, an artist's studio, a writer's nook, or a home office. The images shown above include a guest house decorated in flea market finds, a tool shed that's been outfitted with a dining table and desk, a modern shed you could rent for the weekend, a teenager's ultra-cool bedroom, and a tiny outdoor office.
For more information on each of these projects, click through the links below:
• 1 Before and After: Shed to Guesthouse by Wary Meyers
• 2 Whitecross Farm Shed from Light Locations
• 3 Rentable Eco-Shed in Bowen Island
• 4 Architect Designed Shed Converted Into Living Space for Teenager
• 5 Outdoor Office from House to Home