24,719 Garage and Shed Design Photos
If you have a smaller house, your garage or shed is a storage lifeline. It's the place to keep large, infrequently used items, outdoor supplies, seasonal decor or anything that just doesn't fit indoors. Because it's often used as a storage room, your space can easily become a cluttered mess if not well organized. Prevent this in your garage by adding shelves, cabinets and organizers for every tool and piece of equipment you own. If more space is needed, think about buying or making a shed to transport some of the clutter outdoors. And for the lucky ones who don't need all that storage, convert the space into a full-fledged living area as either an office, playroom or family room. More
Garage StorageCloset Factory
Organized Living freedomRail Garage designed by The Amandas. This adjustable garage storage system changes without any tools to fit any changing need. Plus, it's incredibly strong - holds up to 150 pounds every 40". Easy to install. Learn more http://organizedliving...
Garage StorageOrganized Living
This home at The Cliffs at Walnut Cove is a fine illustration of how rustic can be comfortable and contemporary. Postcard from Paris provided all of the exterior and interior specifications as well as furnished the home. The firm achieved the modern rustic look through an effective combination of...
The Cliffs at Walnut Cove: Elliot ResidenceLinda McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris Home
These homeowners added a great flexible space by adding this great little unit in the back yard. Is it a studio? An office? A guest room? All of these and more! The interior opens directly into the back yard and garden by using Krown Lab's ROB ROY sliding barn door hardware on a wall of moveable...
ROB ROY Sliding Barn Door HardwareKrown Lab
Photos by Northlight Photography. Lake Washington remodel featuring native Pacific Northwest Materials and aesthetics. Trellis over wood garage doors provides architectural interest, filtered light, and announces the garage entrance.
Lake Washington ResidenceTodd Soli Architects
Glenridge StreetRobert Nehrebecky AIA, Re:New Architecture
A custom Hybrid-Timber frame home, designed to take advantage of the beautiful mountain views on each side of the property. The roof line was designed to organically match the slope of the property.
Canmore Collosal CollaborationSticks and Stones Design Group Inc
The vernacular garage attaches to the main house via a enclosed passageway. The board and batten siding, simple carriage doors and lattice detail provide architectural interest to the simple structure. Photography: Emily Jenkins Followill
Mountain High StyleHistorical Concepts
Looking at this home today, you would never know that the project began as a poorly maintained duplex. Luckily, the homeowners saw past the worn façade and engaged our team to uncover and update the Victorian gem that lay underneath. Taking special care to preserve the historical integrity of the...
Grand VictorianCummings Architects