56 greenhouses Contemporary Garage and Shed Design Photos

Berger Partnership
Sunny Garden
Greenhouses are much more malleable than you'd think. This unobtrusive greenhouse double
drenched," says landscape architect Jason Henry of Berger Partnership.The greenhouse, complete with citrus and other tender plants that emerge from the flagstone
a green roof planted with sedums and a water harvesting system for the greenhouse. "The shed was a big part of the program for the design; there was a strong
homeowners didn't let that stop them; they swapped a tennis court for a greenhouse and toolshed to keep up their gardening year-round. Raised vegetable beds
2. Sacrifice a tennis court for a cosy greenhouseSeattle’s rain can hamper serious gardening for a good portion of the year
“outbuilding?” — altara
Garden Studio
greenhouse for orchads, tomatoes, cucumbers, ...
The greenhouse is affixed to the garden in a familiar way, as if it’s always been nestled up in that shady corner.What Vendrolini finds most surprising
surprising is how excited he still is by the greenhouse — as much now as when he decided to build in summer 2012.
house? Why not extend into the garden and set up a home office in your greenhouse? This design offers plenty of natural light and would be a great environment
I would love this as a greenhouse!...a greenhouse made into an art studio
“garden studio” — celinepicus
Garden Studio
greenhouse - opaque windows to give shade
match the redwood stain of the greenhouse on the trim pieces he added. Opaque wall treatments, provided by the greenhouse company, add privacy and sun
Vendrolini expanded upon the kit's step-by-step instructions to transform the greenhouse shell into an inspired backyard studio. He installed engineered wood floors
recommended over hardwood for the increased expansion that can happen in a greenhouse. Ikea shelves hold a small library, and insulated wood siding finishes
5. Design a denThis greenhouse was renovated to be a studio for the man of the house. But wouldn’t teenagers
“The sectional looks very familiar!” — eheen
Garden Studio
a cozy 96-square-foot greenhouse kit for $13,000
cozy 96-square-foot greenhouse sat high above the property. Vendrolini chose a $13,000 kit from Sturdi-Built, an Oregon greenhouse company. Everything
glass treatments give the reinvented greenhouse e a surprisingly homey feel. See more: Studio Solution: A Kit Greenhouse Becomes a Creative Private Office
Vendrolini prepared the site with a 16-foot by 24-foot deck, bolting the greenhouse directly to the deck. A line for lighting existed from a previous landscape
Vendrolini brought an additional line and an Internet connection to the greenhouse.Design note: A level foundation is necessary prior to building, whether
“Lamp” — Nelya Goikhman
Garden Studio
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Studio Solution: A Kit Greenhouse Becomes a Creative Private Office
had him looking for other ideas. After he perused some design blogs, a greenhouse studio presented itself as a pleasant alternative. “It’s light and is
and price were practical considerations, Vendrolini says the warmth of a greenhouse also appealed to him.
uses a greenhouse for office space
“Greenhouse” — lchappell
Bernal Heights Greenhouse Addition
Greenhouse. Note use of conduit and cantilevered shelves
intended to grow more inside the greenhouse, shown here right after construction, but found the sunlight on top of the greenhouse to be much better.
“A greenhouse-conservatory is a kind of sacred space. A lot of things intersect there,” Stanford says. “In addition to functionality, I really wanted the
“Greenhouse” — chandravt
Garden Studio
Make a greenhouse into an office
Greenhouse Office....just love this greenhouse/living space....Greenhouse workspace on the land?...Greenhouse studio interior view...greenhouse, again x3...greenhouse office...Greenhouse as office...greenhouse backyard studio
“Open workspace” — brandiholaday
Bernal Heights Greenhouse Addition
maybe a small greenhouse to protect edibles from critters for the back hill
couple created this greenhouse on the roof of their home out of an old orchid house. They use it primarily for growing edibles.
After tearing it down to its foundation, he framed the new 125-square-foot greenhouse with recycled old-growth fir and added stock aluminum windows and a custom
“rooftop greenhouse?” — chefmax
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