Several years ago, Modern-Shed made the decision to switch from corrugated galvanized metal roofing to a standing seam metal roofing material as our standard roofing material.
When Kim and Odessa moved to San Rafael nearly three years ago, they bought a three-bedroom, two-bathroom home that worked for their small three-person family. Continue reading
BAY AREA — For years, Holly and her sister-in-law, Alexis, each dreamed of adding onto their residences.
Alexis, an interior designer in Los Gatos, wanted to build a studio she could work at from home, while Holly and her husband, Chris, wanted more space at their vacation home near Blue Lake Springs in the Sierra Nevadas. Continue reading
SACRAMENTO — There’s never too much of a good thing, especially when it comes to Modern-Shed.
That’s what Jim from Davis realized when he and his wife decided they needed more space at their rural area home and ended up with not one, not two, but three Modern-Sheds. Continue reading
Our open joint siding is more than just a pretty (sur)face. Natural forces impact how we design Modern-Sheds and select the materials we use. We need materials that protect from the elements, while also providing a modern aesthetic. However, form should follow function, but how? Continue reading
BERKELEY — Karina and her husband Thomas never expected to stay in their two-bedroom, one-bathroom 1939 California bungalow for long, but after 11 years and two kids, they’ve grown accustomed to their neighborhood and their cozy home.
“We thought for sure we’d have moved on by now, but we don’t want to leave the schools and the neighborhood,” says Karina, a fine artist who works from home. “We wanted a way to accommodate our growing family and keep us comfortable.”
Enter Modern-Shed. Continue reading
Imagine living completely outdoors. What would you need to live comfortably? How about two Modern-Sheds, an outdoor bathroom, and a covered kitchen and seating area?