2,427 food styling Garage and Shed Design Photos

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1 Review
Hen House
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box that the chickens can hop in easily. Galvanized metal water and food containers hang from cables on a ceiling beam. Since the chickens love to scratch around and kick up the pine shavings on the floor, Dalley raised their food containers to keep the space tidy. The double-wall water container uses
box that the chickens can hop in easily. Galvanized metal water and food containers hang from cables on a ceiling beam. Since the chickens love to scratch around and kick up the pine shavings on the floor, Dalley raised their food containers to keep the space tidy. The double-wall water container uses
Galvanized metal water and food containers hang from cables on a ceiling beam. Since the chickens love to scratch around and kick up the pine shavings on the floor, Dalley raised their food containers to keep the space tidy.
“Nesting Box place” — kerrishotwell
Jeni Lee
My Houzz: An Abundant Rural Retreat in the Barossa Valley.
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greens for smoothies and juices, as well as eating, and a chance to grow fruits like golden berries and pepinos,” Hausler says. “It’s amazing how much food can be grown in a 20-meter [215-foot] square. It can get pretty windy out here on the hill at times, so having the protection from that, as well as
greens for smoothies and juices, as well as eating, and a chance to grow fruits like golden berries and pepinos,” Hausler says. “It’s amazing how much food can be grown in a 20-meter [215-foot] square. It can get pretty windy out here on the hill at times, so having the protection from that, as well as
greens for smoothies and juices, as well as eating, and a chance to grow fruits such as golden berries and pepinos,” Hausler says. “It’s amazing how much food can be grown in 20 square metres. It can get pretty windy out here on the hill at times, so having the protection from that, as well as a more humid
“g house” — brutism7
Robin Amorello, CKD CAPS - Atmoscaper Design
18 Reviews
Ready, Set, GROW!
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We transformed our lonely shed, abandoned at the edge of a gravel driveway into a food source and cozy retreat from the summer sun. Photo by Robin Amorello, CKD CAPS
You could build a garden for food too!
perfect little food shed
She'd style
“Love the shed” — alyssacope22
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Mill Valley Cabins
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Plants could be replaced with food and insect attractors. Great look!
food in front yard...I love this style
“Groundcovers” — rebeccascog
Urban Agriculture Inc.
9 Reviews
Wilkens Residence
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food garden
food landscape
“Looks like your outhouse.” — loveit1726
sullivan o'connor architects
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I love the style. I would like to build this on my property as a guest area.
Cute style: shingles, color, simplicity
front door style and color
satisfied.’ You make a mistake. If you are not content with what you have, you would not be satisfied if it were doubled.”More: Cottages: The Comfort Food of Architecture
“Cabin” — mknuth
Banyon Tree Design Studio
8 Reviews
Banyon Tree Design Portfolio
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cabane style toscan avec portes doubles
General style. Furniture. Like red brick as an accent. Classic.
chosen vegetables and flowers and consider growing a vining edible, such as cherry tomatoes or grapes, over the arbor. Your family will be eating fresh food from the backyard all summer long.
Cottage style sheds can range from country charm to craftsman cool and add so much visual interest (and function) to a yard. There's something about the way plantings offset themselves from the building, and how the roofline or an attached pergola gives vines a place to spread out.
“Shed” — ohlord
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Shades of Gray
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It somewhat matches the style of our existing home
I like how they did not clean the food, makes this look real. simple design
Love the style of it.
lanterns, shingle style
“gray” — REINERT BUILDERS INC
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