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Check out these seven backyard sheds and retreats! I feel each of them brings something very unique to the table in terms of the list of usuals: lines/style/roof-lines, overall placement/landscaping, decor, color choice, and its general pimposity! Ok, the last one is total and nonsensical bs…but regardless, check these out, and just on exteriors alone, if you don’t find a single element of inspiration, you’re not really looking hard enough- heck, it shouldn’t be hard at all. Even if you find elements of “I’d NEVER do that with my own tiny house, now that I see it in a photo!”- well, mission accomplished as well.
Remember, you never have to love it, just consider it….
Also, in other Relaxshacks.com news, our upcoming hands-on “Tiny House-Building Workshop” just ADDED a couple of new guest speakers/demonstators! Wait til you see who’s comin’! FUN! FUN! FUN! and damn educational too! Nov 2-4, three days, is when it all goes down, 10 miles outside Boston, MA….. Click Here for More Info. Kidcedar at gmail dot com if you have any questions.
|A shed/kid’s clubhouse made by Joel Henriques of the aptly titled blog http://www.MadeByJoel.com|
|David Edrington’s Shed (with twin beds in the 2nd floor for guests)- Washington State.|
Meanwhile, I’m working on both a follow-up book to “Humble Homes, Simple Shacks”, on tiny houses, backyard retreats, cabins, and more, AND a book on kid’s forts- if you happen to have any unique, fun, wild, and hi-res, photos that you’d like to share, and perhaps contribute to the books, email me at kidcedar at gmail dot com.
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