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
Layla Tromble, the store manager at Pacific Paint and Decorating in Ferndale, Wash., has worked with her fair share of paint companies over the years.
By far, Benjamin Moore paint comes out ahead of the pack. Continue reading
We hear it all the time — “Why build a Modern-Shed when I can find something cheaper at my local home improvement store?” Continue reading
BAY AREA — As a salesman working from home, Scott knew he and his family were running out of space.
Their three-bedroom home with a small office was maxed out — each of the two kids had their own room, and Scott’s wife began to use the office for her own home business, pushing Scott and his work to the dining room table.
“We live in Northern California, so properties are typically smaller,” he said. “I was working at the kitchen table, at the dining room table, and making calls was distracting. We were maxed out, henced using the common area or Starbucks for work.” Continue reading
Apartment Therapy profiled one of our beautiful, little Modern-Shed guest cottages in San Rafael, Calif.
Aimée Mazzenga took lovely photos of our client Rebecca’s 345-square-foot space, which she uses as a guest home for out-of-town visitors.
As quoted in the article, “For years, Rebecca had dreamed about building a guest house in the back of their property. Their narrow plot of land (49.5′ x 152.5′) caused challenges in the construction process, though. When they discovered Modern Shed, they realized the advantages of building a pre-fab home. Once they penciled out costs versus return, (resale value to home and possible rental value) they wondered why they didn’t do this sooner.”
Check out the rest of the article for more about Rebecca’s Modern-Shed — and take her advice and think about getting a Modern-Shed sooner!
Seattle — From a certain vantage point near the front door of Scott and Stacy’s house, one can almost see into every room in the 730-square-foot home. Continue reading
Shoreline, Wash. — Alex’s garage was at the end of its life, but it was the only place in his small home he could keep his washer-dryer unit and hot water heater.