At least one in five people work from home, and the number will only increase in the next few years. And who can blame them? More jobs than ever allow employees to work from home, especially if your job involves heavy online work. Working from home can be rewarding; I work from home, and I find I get more work done than I did in traditional work environments. Plus, I save money on gas and other work-related expenses.
Sometimes we at Modern-Shed get a customer testimonial so awesome, we can’t help but sharing directly. Continue reading
PENNSYLVANIA — “I wanted to build something that had integrity to it.”
SAN BRUNO — As a photographer who works from home and a mom of three kids, Kimberli seldom found the right space to complete her projects. Continue reading
BOTHELL — When Alyse and Jesse discovered Modern-Shed, they realized that it was exactly what they’d been looking for.
BAY AREA — When Marianne first took up creating stained-glass art projects, she worried about getting glass all over her home.
FALLS CHURCH — When Andy relocated to northern Virginia near Washington, DC, he knew he needed to build a studio in his backyard.
A sculptor for more than 30 years, Andy wanted to have the space to create large-scale projects close to home. Continue reading
EL CERRITO — When Anja and her husband Tom considered their need for more space, they looked at many different options at first. Continue reading
BAY AREA — “I’ll have what she’s having.”
The iconic Meg Ryan scene from “When Harry Met Sally” comes to Fay’s mind whenever she shows off her Modern-Shed craft studio turned home office to friends and family.
“That’s pretty much the reaction everyone has,” says Fay, who bought her Modern-Shed nearly a year ago. “They think it’s really cool that I have my own space. They ask, ‘What do you do out there?’ and I say, ‘Whatever I want.’ I can make it as neat or as sloppy as I want. It’s my space.”
As a reader of Dwell magazine, Darius had been aware of Modern-Shed for years.
“Probably since 2002-2003, I’ve had an interest in prefabricated architecture,” said Darius, who lived in a loft in Oakland’s Jack London Square at the time. “I thought, ‘Wouldn’t it always be cool to have a Modern-Shed?’” Continue reading