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.
This project features a custom frame made from recycled cedar fence boards and personalized with the name of the new baby. The rustic fence boards were left in their original weathered state to add texture and character.
The closet office is perfect for small space living. Capitalizing on a poorly used hall closet this sleek floating computer desk gives a small downtown condo a separate office space.
The Scooter-Doo, a ski-doo themed scooter for the toddler generation. With an adult assist pole for the tiny tots and smooth running casters the Scooter-Doo is perfect for indoor or outdoor play.
A Swift FlipMelissa2017-03-25T00:46:07-07:00
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.