92 Redwood Garage and Shed Design Photos

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Hawk House
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- 90 sq. ft. - salvaged redwood bark
Salvaged redwood bark covers the structure's walls. A nearby lumber mill had planned on burning piles of the leftover bark from felled redwood trees, so Wyndham snagged the material for free.
90-square foot structure, living roof, salvaged redwood bark
Salvaged redwood bark covers the structure's walls. A nearby lumber mill had planned on burning piles of the leftover bark from felled redwood trees, so Wyndham snagged the material for free.
“cabin” — Andrea Williams
Joseph Sandy
Petaluma Studio
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how are the redwood boards attached to plywood, screwed directly on? or is there some type of spacer btwn them? thank you.
meant that there was plenty of old redwood available, and it worked well with the existing redwood fence in the yard.
Redwood fencing from a local reclaimed-materials yard makes up the siding. A big windstorm earlier in the year meant that there was plenty of old redwood available, and it worked well
Redwood fencing from a local reclaimed-materials yard makes up the siding. A big windstorm earlier in the year meant that there was plenty of old redwood available, and it worked well with the existing redwood fence in the yard. A sloped corrugated metal roof pays tribute to the industrial
“Caseta” — vpeverelli
Wyndhamdesign
Toro Cyn Chicken Coop
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the larger roof provides shade and shelter from the rain, in addition to the water it collects. The couple’s old redwood barn also influenced the structure. The siding is rough-sawn redwood fencing. The roof is corrugated steel.
is 4 feet by 8 feet, but the larger roof provides shade and shelter from the rain, in addition to the water it collects. The siding is rough-sawn redwood fencing. The roof is corrugated steel.
the larger roof provides shade and shelter from the rain, in addition to the water it collects. The couple’s old redwood barn also influenced the structure. The siding is rough-sawn redwood fencing. The roof is corrugated steel.
“chx coop” — smile10
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Fencing to build the coop. The 20- by 20-foot structure is made of redwood and is wrapped with 1- by 2-inch wire to help keep out curious raccoons. Pettigrew purchased shutters from a local company and stained them to match the redwood.
Fencing to build the coop. The 20- by 20-foot structure is made of redwood and is wrapped with 1- by 2-inch wire to help keep out curious raccoons. Pettigrew purchased shutters from a local company and stained them to match the redwood.
“nice chicken coop” — sabrinacarol
Joseph Sandy
Petaluma Studio
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Redwood fencing from a local reclaimed-materials yard makes up the siding. A big windstorm earlier in the year meant that there was plenty of old redwood available, and it worked well with the existing redwood fence in the yard. A sloped corrugated metal roof
finished toolshed with clarestory windows and redwood fence strip siding
Sandy cut the salvaged redwood boards down to 2-foot segments so they'd align with the clerestory window framing. This size also eliminated any rotted and cracked pieces while preserving as much of the material as possible.
Sandy cut the salvaged redwood boards down to 2-foot segments so
Sandy cut the salvaged redwood boards down to 2-foot segments so they'd align with the clerestory window framing. This size also eliminated any rotted and cracked pieces while preserving
“nope” — jtschmidtak
Wyndhamdesign
Hawk House
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an ocean view and whales breaching on the horizon. That's the vision this designer had in mind for this hideaway on the California coast. Salvaged redwood bark siding and a native living roof allow it to blend with its surroundings, while hinged sides and a retractable glass door open for natural ventilation
an ocean view and whales breaching on the horizon. That’s the vision this designer had in mind for this hideaway on the Californian coast. Salvaged redwood bark siding and a native living roof allow it to blend with its surroundings, while hinged sides and a retractable glass door open for natural ventilation
“Small” — kadeeschuyler
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
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Mill Valley Cabins
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shade plants, what grows underneath redwoods
Plants under redwood
Working with redwoods
near redwood!
“Cabins (modern)” — triumph66
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
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Mill Valley Cabins
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Blend of redwood siding with color on window frames
Love everything about it....read-Garden on roof, redwood lined paths, yoga and art studio...
Two cabins beyond the main house. Yoga studio and art studio. The pathway from the house to cabins is lines with redwoods, and when you arrive, you are then present!
The ascent from the main house to the cabins was designed to reflect and respect the special uses of the cabins by concealing them behind a redwood tree-lined pathway. “These cabins are sacred places for the clients to create their work, so the transition from the main house was very important,” Hook
“Succulents in linear form” — sandraleigh99
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