When there is no space inside for a work space and storage zone then why not build a backyard structure. This SheShed was born out of necessity for a small business owner who had an ever growing stock of products to store and the need for a place to call her own work zone.
A true fixer upper, the Roderick Reno is the stuff some people's renovation nightmares are made of...but not for Sitka. This 1940's bungalow with a full basement was owned by some slightly neglectful and well intentioned DIYers who simply did not do this cute little place any justice.
A poorly utilized room becomes a bright and productive home office for a young couple. With a custom built desk and shelving this small bedroom, which previously housed a bunch of left over furniture and desks and on occasion guest sleeping quarters, has transformed to become the centre of many late night creative powwows.
A run down rancher get's a much needed facelift from the Sitka team. This 1970's single storey home is located on a quiet cul-de-sac in Mission, BC. Prior to the renovation it was with out a doubt one of the less desirable homes on the street with little curb appeal, large overgrown tress, and no 'welcome home' vibe.