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Here’s one of the cooler, classier, inlaws I’ve seen in awhile- a great option for a tiny home, or guest house (which is exactly what Jo-Anne Peck and Craig DeRoin designed this for). The duo’s firm, “Historic Shed” has been in existence since 2008, combining historic design approaches with modern building techniques. This particular home will be on the VM Ybor Historic Home Tour in the Tampa, FL area on October 16th- alongside many other architectural offers in and around the city. Tickets and info can be found at Historicshed.com.
Personally, I really like the look of this one, even without the unveiling of the interior as of yet. Inside, I’m told, is a bedroom, and a full bath- more or less a hotel room for one’s backyard- but better looking, and more independent.
I just love the front door and the color scheme- the interior will only be icing on the cake.
One of Jo-anne and Craig’s other sheds will be in an upcoming video montage of tiny-ness that I’ve been working on- which will also show some sneak photos of tiny house builds that I’ve done, as well as those of others- many readers and contributors of this very blog.
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