Today I ran into James Ward’s Beach Huts. His tiny structures are individually designed and beautifully detailed.
He offers his services almost anywhere in the UK and beyond. The shacks are made with red Swedish pine frames along with other high quality materials.
The decks are pressure treated to prevent rotting from wetness and every hut is unique. On his website he emphasizes that each shed is made reflecting the tastes of the customer.
That means that almost everything is customizable–including the interior, railings, deck, steps, windows, and colors.
Would you use a structure like this as a backyard office, tiny guest house, shed, or hobby room? I think they’d be perfect for a backyard art studio.
17 May 2010 (http://www.uk-beachhuts.co.uk/index.html)
Photo credits: James Ward
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