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When a local artist called Historic Shed for her new art studio, she knew exactly what she wanted. She’d been saving our ad from a magazine for several years and had sketched up all her ideas in her notebook. We built her a 12′ x 12′ shed with paired French doors on three sides. A [...]
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The side yard is often where AC units, electrical meters, and garbage cans find refuge, but you can also use the side yard for covered storage, making it useful and attractive. For people with a wide side yard, you can put in a large storage unit like this 6′x12′ shed, but even those with a [...]
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The City of Ormond Beach, Florida proudly titles itself the “Birthplace of Speed” with a long history of auto racing that started in 1902 on the hard packed beach sand when automobiles were new and existing roads were poor.
After the Winton Bullet won a Challenge Cup against the Olds Pirate by a breathtaking two-tenths [...]
It’s easy to fall in love with an old house. One look at the high ceilings, built-in cabinets, large windows and deep porches set along grand tree-lined streets and your heart is sold. Unfortunately, it’s not as easy to know what to do when the house you fell in love with is in need [...]Read more →
Recently we’ve seen several people ask the question of whether you are allowed to turn a shed into living space on some Tiny House-related Facebook pages and groups. When the same topic came up on our own Historic Shed page, I decided I should look into the idea. Understandably, it is an [...]Read more →
On January 24, 2013 By Historic Shed
Historic Shed of Brooksville, FL has been awarded “Best Of Houzz” 2013 by Houzz, the leading online platform for residential remodeling and design. The Tampa Bay- area custom shed and cottage design-build company was chosen by the more than 11 million monthly users that comprise the Houzz community.
The Houzz “Best Of Houzz” award for [...]Read more →
Some images from 2012 Historic Shed building projects (click on the image to see a slideshow):
And here are some random images from the shop and various job sites throughout the year (we are a family owned business, so pardon all the shots of our children):Read more →
Historic Shed’s most recent project was constructed in Tampa’s historic Seminole Heights neighborhood to complement an interesting, and virtually unchanged Craftsman bungalow. The owners needed to replace a metal shed that had reached a state of extreme disrepair and wanted the new building to reflect the design of their home.
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