Custom Shed to complement a Craftsman Bungalow

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Historic Shed designed and built this potting shed for a 1920s Craftsman Bungalow in the Old Seminole Heights Neighborhood in Tampa, FL. The shed uses elements from the main house such as the low roof slope, outriggers, etc.
14'x14' Custom Craftsman Bungalow potting shed.
Cypress bead board shed doors
The potting shed has a 4' deep porch with a wood deck
The shed has a 5-V crimp metal roof and wood double-hung windows
Shed porch detail
Custom 14'x14' Craftsman Bungalow potting shed with 4' deep porch

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  • J.Chapman
    on Oct 21, 2015

    Add a loft and I could call something like that home.I think people have way more house than they need,I include myself.

    • Historic Shed
      on Oct 26, 2015

      @J.Chapman We do a series of small cottages, too. Living with, and taking care of, and paying for less is very appealing.

  • J.Chapman
    on Oct 26, 2015

    I will keep a watch out,and you are right.I see the small house movement doing nothing but growing,it just makes good sense,a couple,or a single person would be fools to do any different if they have land in my opinion,for the money saved if nothing else,and as you know you can take it to any extreme you wish,off grid is my dream..Add to this post...

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