This small wood shed is built to match the 1920's cottage in my boards. Like most of our custom homes, the homeowner may need other structures in addition to the house that match the home itself. - For more on the areas we service follow this link. http://www.northtwinbuilders.com/about
Step by step how to build this firewood shelter. This firewood shelter is large enough to hold an entire face cord of firewood. (A face cord, also called a rick, is 4 ft. high, 8 ft. wide, and one log-length deep— typically 16".) Since the storage area is sheltered and raised to avoid ground contact and allow airflow, wood dries quickly and is ready to use when you need it.
1920's cottage? Or a brand new home? Well, it is a very modern home with modern conveniences throughout. The homeowner wanted to recreate a home that was on the property in the early 1900's, and I believe we accomplished that for them. Notice the open rafters on the eves and all the banding and trim details. Plenty of thought on the homeowner's part and plenty of pictures old and new were looked at to help create this home. Check our board "1920's Cottage Recreation" for more of this home…
Screened in Gazebo. Notice the deck that attaches the screened porch to the house. A nice place to entertain guest with a view of the lake. - For more about custom home construction follow this link. http://www.northtwinbuilders.com/custom-homes-2
This northwoods home in Vilas County, WI is made to look like a 1920's cottage. The exterior colors are awesome against the snow aren't they? The owner of this newly built custom home did a great job of picking colors and creating the look that they wanted. The garage on the right is actually a remodel to match the new home.