180 executive homeowners Garage and Shed Design Photos

HP Rovinelli Architects
8 Reviews
garage
Ideabooks3,985
Questions4
this design is for three single garage doors, the execution of detail helps it read as one opening and complements the contemporary architecture.
Though this design is for three single garage doors, the execution of detail helps it read as one opening and complements
design is for three single garage doors, the execution of detail helps it read as one opening and complements the contemporary architecture." Steven Randel
Though this design is for three single garage doors, the execution of detail helps it read as one opening and c
Though this design is for three single garage doors, the execution of detail helps it read as one opening and complements the contemporary architecture.
Though this design is for three single garage doors, the execution of detail helps it read as one opening and complements the contemporary architecture.
“large windows” — ltist
Art | Harrison Interiors & Collection
Birmingham, MI Private garden
Ideabooks7,823
Questions3
event at the Michigan Design Center a few years back. Unfortunately there are no construction plans for this piece, as it was created on site by the homeowner. Thank you for your interest in our project, and I wish you luck in all of your landscaping endeavors. Have a wonderful day!
A creative idea that's smartly executed.
crosshatch detail found on the exterior of this home gives it lovely detail, but what really blew our socks off was the hidden closet inside. Now, the homeowner doesn’t have to look far to access gardening tools that are used frequently in the space.
“Storage” — keith54gaskin
Berger Partnership
Sunny Garden
Ideabooks3,623
Questions1
Seattle's rain can hamper serious gardening for a good portion of the year. These 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
Seattle's rain can hamper serious gardening for a good portion of the year. These 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. These 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
“modern lones” — cheryldemyen
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Louise Lakier
1 Review
The Salsa House
Ideabooks499
Questions1
What to do: Get a portable bathroom for workers. Conrado says a portable toilet costs about $100 a month, and there are higher-end versions for homeowners if you’re doing a remodel that will knock all your bathrooms out of commission.
What to do: Get a portable bathroom for workers. Conrado says a portable toilet costs about $100 a month, and there are higher-end versions for homeowners if you’re doing a remodel that will knock all your bathrooms out of commission.
“Pump house” — barbchauvin
Wyndhamdesign
Art Shed
Ideabooks3,270
Questions0
from public view. The more your actions are on display, the better. Here a homeowner has created corrugated metal bins for trash and recycling to help keep the street clean. The extra effort signals to neighbors that this homeowner cares about the appearance of the street, a behavior that's likely to be
“hidden trash” — jeremiahhammond
Office Sian Architecture & Design
Hackney Shed
Ideabooks13,172
Questions2
These London homeowners wanted a backyard office that would help them take advantage of their lush, green garden — despite the rainy weather. Simple but sturdy materials
15. Plan for all weather conditionsThese London homeowners wanted a backyard office that would help them take advantage of their lush, green garden – despite the rainy weather. Simple but sturdy materials
“Tiny office!” — littlehippiechick
Flavin Architects
19 Reviews
Glass House in the Garden
Ideabooks4,155
Questions2
in the greenhouse concerned Flavin. It’s a glass house in New England, so various warming methods were used to keep the plants thriving and the homeowners comfortable in winter. The central fireplace heats the tearoom portion, and a Modine heater warms up the greenhouse. Flavin was just as meticulous
in the greenhouse concerned Flavin. It’s a glass house in New England, so various warming methods were used to keep the plants thriving and the homeowners comfortable in winter. The central fireplace heats the tearoom portion, and a Modine heater warms up the greenhouse. Flavin was just as meticulous
“Rooftop grass” — Lisa Balakrishnan
Daniel Contelmo Architects
19 Reviews
Carriage House/Barn
Ideabooks1,036
Questions1
Nice materials!! Beautifully executed!!! What is this stone please?
“I like the colors of the stone work.” — soph1002
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