This beautifully finished shed is an 8×8 Modern Shed Plan that has had a few modifications. It has had a few windows moved and added and the front door moved a bit. The exterior siding is lap siding installed over the 7/16″ O.S.B. This backyard Studio sheds interior is finished as a storage shed. The front door of the shed has had a small porch landing added.
Modern sheds are a great way to have a back yard that looks beautiful and compliments any backyard storage or studio office situation. You can view the plans to this shed on our modern shed plans page here:
8×8 Modern Shed Built in Florida
This 8×12 Gable Shed was built in Auburn Washington! The lap siding was installed over O.S.B. sheeting on the backyard shed walls. This adds to the beauty and durability of the shed. The door was home built and installed on the 12′ long wall. The shed roof eves were extended slightly to make them a bit longer than the 4 inches of roof overhang shown on the plans.
Find the plans for this backyard shed here: Backyard Shed Plans
We have a video series that shows how to build this shed in the 10′ size you can view it here: How To Build A Shed Video Series
The ramp was built to make it easier to move a lawn mower and rolling fertilizer spreader in and out of the shed. You can find free plans to build the ramp at the door on our site at: Shed Ramp Plans.
This amazingly finished generator shed was built in New Brunswick To house a backup generator. The owner / builder said:
“I recently purchased the plans for my generator shed from your site. As this was my first building project ever I was impressed and amazed at how easily this all came together. I also found the step by step videos on YouTube to be a great resource containing a wealth of information and tips and tricks to make this all come together as well as it did. Thanks so much!!
I did slightly modify the roof design by adding a 2×4 frame to attach the hinges to, I was a little concerned with the hinges only being attached to the OSB board. Looking forward to the spring so I can finish it off by adding the vent holes and exhaust system.
PS. looking forward to my next shed project… I know where I’ll be getting the plans!!!”
Our simple urban chicken coop is the perfect way to get into chickens without spending $200 to $500 on the coop and run. We invented a new way to build a chicken coop that uses only two sheets of plywood or O.S.B. and 8 carabiners and paint. It houses two large chickens comfortably or three smaller chickens.
The innovative snap together design allows the chicken coop to be easily transported or stored. The plans come printed on full sized paper. To build the coop you simply cut out the paper plan shapes and tape them to the plywood, trace around the edges and then cut out the shapes. Once the shapes are cut out they are attached to each other using the mortise hole on one side of the connection and the tenon shape that slides into the hole on the other.
You can view these plans on our chicken coop plans page.
View the video on our iCreatables TV Youtube Channel Chicken Coop.
Urban chicken coop – Simple chicken coop
Check out this beautifully designed and built firewood shed built in Texas! It is built from our 4×8 firewood shed plans and has several upgrades. The siding is tongue and groove siding and the roofing is wood shakes. Building a firewood shed is the perfect way to season your firewood and keep it ready for burning all year round. The in floor ventilation slats allow air to flow up and through the wood. The front opening allows air to flow through and also allows easy access to the pile of firewood.
The plans for this firewood storage shed can be found at: http://www.icreatables.com/sheds/shed-plans-firewood.html
The stained wood siding and wood shakes give the firewood storage shed the perfect woodsy feel. The perfect place to season firewood.
This amazing shed was built to house pool equipment. This shed is in our Garden Shed Plans line and has a 4′ x 16′ porch on the front of the shed. It was built on a concrete slab. Part of the concrete slab was left out to allow the installation of pump equipment lines. The rest of the shed interior is for storage space for typical backyard storage of yard tools and bicycles.
A double door was added under the porch to allow easy access for larger equipment to the interior of the shed because the double door on the end of the storage shed pump house will have pump equipment blocking the doorway. The end door allows easy access to the pump equipment.
This 4×8 lean to shed was built to house pump electrical equipment. It was built around an existing power pole. This is a great example of a shed built to store permanant equipment like a water pump, electrical or solar inverter or batteries.
The small backyard shed was built to enclose the existing permanent electrical pole which could not be easily moved. There are many shed designs that would fit this application including the gable sheds and gambrel shed plans.
To see plans to this and many other backyard lean to shed plans please visit our site.
This well built 10×12 modern shed design has a few owner installed modifications like moving the doorway to the opposite end of the shed and window size changes.
The owner/ builder said:
“I just wanted to send along some pictures of the completed shed I built from iCreatables plans.
The shed is totally solid, robust and looks great! Everyone who sees it is impressed and wishes they had one of their own.
The plans were clear and the materials sheet was very useful— very little waste.
I changed the windows a bit and reversed the side of the door, and it was all pretty easy to adapt the plans to my wishes… I used cement Hardie-board for the exterior and galvanized metal for the roof to comply with fire codes here in the L.A. area. I did not get a permit for this shed, as my research and a phone call to building and safety indicated that sheds up to 120 sq. ft. are allowed without a permit. I plan to install a nice interior and add electricity and use the space as a little arts and crafts workshop and generally cool hangout space. I have a feeling my daughter will be taking it over once it’s tricked out and I might not be getting much time in it!
Anyway— thanks for the plans, they were worth every penny and more, and your help with questions was appreciated.”
The modern shed is a great way to add studio or office space to your backyard! You can find plans to this and many other styles and sizes of modern studio sheds at http://www.icreatables.com/sheds/shed-plans.html
There are many more pictures of this shed at http://www.icreatables.com/sheds/shed-owners-picture-gallery.html
This very detailed lean to shed is a great example of our most popular lean to shed design. It was built up against an existing garage. One of the unique aspects of this shed build was that it was moved closer to the adjacent garage wall after construction. The owner/builder used 3/4″ pvc pipes and rolled the shed up against the garage wall after the back wall of the shed was framed, trimmed and painted.
For more photos of this lean to shed please visit our Shed Owners Picture Gallery.
You can see and purchase the plans to this and many other lean to sheds on our website at Lean To Shed Plans. You will also find many lean to shed designs and sizes.
Built in Connecticut, this beautiful firewood shed is a great way to store one cord of firewood. This firewood shed design allows for air movement around the wood. The floor is designed with 1 inch gaps between the floor boards and the front of the shed is left open to allow unrestricted air flow. The slight roof overhang on the front of the shed keeps water away from the wood and the large front opening allows easy access to the wood pile.
This firewood shed was built from our firewood shed plan library on iCreatables.com You can view more pictures in our owners shed photo gallery.