Cedarshed Industries

Cedarshed Industries in British Columbia has been designing and building shed and small structures for backyard use since 1992 and several of their designs could be used as tiny houses—or combined to be a tiny house community—without taking up too much space.

All the Cedarshed Industries kits are made with Western Red Cedar for its endurance, dimensional stability, beauty and distinct aroma. The kits come as either precut kits that take 2-4 days to assemble with a professional carpenter or as panelized kits that take about a day to assemble. Each kit comes with all pieces including floors, cedar shingles and hardware. A level foundation will need to be installed before the kit is placed.

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The Cedarshed designs that could make potential tiny houses are the Ranchhouse, the Cookhouse, the Farmhouse, the Cedarhouse and the Haida Cabin. The Ranchhouse includes a 5′ wide double door and is available in four prefab kit sizes from 12 ‘x 12′ to 16′ x 14’. It includes a 4′ deep porch, two windows and decorative shutters and planter box. The Cookhouse is available in three sizes from 12′ x 10′ to 16′ x 14′ and has an enclosed gable porch. The Farmhouse has four sizes available from 16′ x 12′ to 20′ x 14′. It also has a double door and a porch. The Cedarhouse is available in five sizes from 10′ x 8′ to 10′ x 20′ and includes a Dutch door. The Haida Cabin is a panelized kit that requires no cutting and is available in 12′ x 8′, 16′ x 8′ and 20′ x 8′ sizes.

Another smaller kit that could be used as a tiny house is the darling Clubhouse. It’s available in six sizes from 8′ x 12′ to 10′ x 20′ and includes a Dutch door, three windows and a drop down window. The Clubhouse could be used in conjunction with another kit to create a tiny house compound.

Prices for the kits range from $2,884 for an 8′ x 12′ Clubhouse to $6,384 for a 20′ x 14′ Farmhouse. Shipping costs will vary by distance and take about 3-4 weeks. The company has a free online catalog where you can view their different designs.

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Photos by Cedarshed Industries

 

By Christina Nellemann for the [Tiny House Blog]

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Allison - August 12, 2014 Reply

I would like to see more of the insides of these, perhaps some bigger ones, and also the floor plan or layout of each. Maybe I overlooked it on the website, but I didn’t see where I could do that.

teresa smith - August 12, 2014 Reply

I am interested in the one that is join together .what is the name .size and price. THANKS Teresa

    Bonnie - August 28, 2014 Reply

    the name and the price are yours alone. What you are willing to put into the building. Its any price…. As you, I want to see the Lay Out. I want to see what some one has done to the lay out. Everyone has a different picture in there mind where and how Big the area is set for that setting. The Bathroom. The Bedroom. The Kitchen area. Living room. Porch. Hot water tank. I want to know…. What would YOU do in 120, 200, 300, 500, 800. Ah, no more than a 1000sq ft. What does it inspire in YOU to create. Show Me…… Tell Me… What great ideas come from You. What matters To You? How would you deal with putting a “On Demand Hot Water Tank” and WHY? Why there and why would you want one vs a Public water supply vs a gravity fed line… What makes sence to You and WHY?
    WHY a Murphy Bed vs a Bunk vs one that is a Loft style. Why a Loft? WHat is important to You

      Bonnie - August 28, 2014 Reply

      Help me change out of Mine and into yours, if, your idea is a great solution. I know you have Great Ideas Out There. Money is not your solutions… Its your ideas……..

Donnamarie Bertone - August 12, 2014 Reply

The 4th picture is the same shed I made my tiny house from I added a picture window in the back right side the bedroom is to left ,I have been on a search for sliding doors for almost a year ,it is very cozy double insulated and vinyl sided I have a full bath and kitchen w/mini fridge.

W. Powell - August 12, 2014 Reply

The website for Cedarshed Industries appears to be down as of Tuesday, August 12, 2014.

Beth - August 12, 2014 Reply

I wonder if these can be built on a trailer like the tiny houses?

BEVERLY FRYE - August 12, 2014 Reply

These are amazing!!!!

joe zindle - August 12, 2014 Reply

they are beautiful !!

K'Anne Zubin - August 12, 2014 Reply

Beautifully constructed shed. I love them. Recently saw a similar Amish made shed in Gouverneur, N.Y. Just lovely.

david - August 12, 2014 Reply

love the severed heads on the wall, always ads a nice cosy touch..

Bobi Diane - August 12, 2014 Reply

Love the cook house shed! I would screen in the porch!

EDIE BEEBEsq - August 13, 2014 Reply

would like to see the insides of these .

DULCE MARIA GONZALEZ - August 13, 2014 Reply

Guatemala, need this proyects, much for poor people, I like so much all the houses, thank you, try to do in Guatemala

Margy - August 17, 2014 Reply

The picture reminds me of one of my grandfather sitting in a homemade wagon in front of the family sod house in Nebraska. It’s hard to believe that so much has happened in such a short span of time. Now we want to get back to those roots before all the skills are lost. – Margy

Chris K - August 22, 2014 Reply

Per the article: Another smaller kit that could be used as a tiny house is the darling Clubhouse. It’s available in six sizes from 8? x 12? to 10? x 20? and includes a Dutch door, three windows and a drop down window. The Clubhouse could be used in conjunction with another kit to create a tiny house compound.

Prices for the kits range from $2,884 for an 8? x 12? Clubhouse to $6,384 for a 20? x 14? Farmhouse. Shipping costs will vary by distance and take about 3-4 weeks. The company has a free online catalog where you can view their different designs.

Marg - October 1, 2015 Reply

We saw some of your gazebos today – they are wonderful. I am wondering if you sell prepared packages that we put together ourselves? Also, do you have a price list on your gazebos.

Thank you

    Kent Griswold - October 1, 2015 Reply

    Hi Marge, you need to contact the company directly as this is just a post about them.

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