Take a Tour of This Adorable Farmhouse Shed Home

Let me take you on a tour of my friend’s adorable farmhouse shed. Jori converted a shed into a tiny home for her and her family that measures a little over 400 square feet. Her tiny farmhouse-style shed is absolutely gorgeous and filled with details and touches that are sure to inspire you.

Farmhouse shed exterior

It’s not a tiny house on wheels but it’s a shed. The shed shell was purchased from Old Hickory Sheds and then Jori and her husband finished the inside themselves.

Bright white porch

1. A bright white porch

A white porch brightens up a small space. It has to be repainted a couple of times a year to stay fresh and clean but it’s worth it. The curtains create a sort of screened-in porch.

Combined kitchen and living area

2. A combined kitchen and living area

The kitchen and living area are located right through the front door. The shiplap on the walls comes from an old fruit warehouse.

Ceiling made from reclaimed wood

3. The reclaimed ceiling

The ceiling is made from wood that came from an old grain barn. The ceiling beams are from a metal roofing pallet.

Hot water heater storage

4. Fitting in storage

Our tankless hot water heater and the vacuum fit into the little storage space in this kitchen/living area on this level.

Fireplace by the door
Fireplace and TV

5. Creating a fireplace

The storage is next to the fireplace and TV. There used to be a full-size fireplace mantle but it was taken out to make space for the front door to open fully so there’s a faux mantle there now.

Child's bedroom in a farmhouse shed
Child's room with toy storage

6. A spacious son’s room

Jori built her young son’s bed and left ample room underneath the frame for toy storage. There are also steps with storage in them that lead up to the mattress.

Seating area
Cozy seating area

7. A cozy seating area

To make the seating space appear larger, Jori put a mirror on a reclaimed old door that is placed in the back of the couch.

Kitchen shelves
Full kitchen
Full kitchen in a farmhouse shed

8. A full kitchen

The kitchen is a good size and contains full-sized appliances plus a farmhouse sink. The open shelving displays all the everyday glassware and dishes, which all double as decor. The pots hang on the wall to save precious storage space.

Bathroom in a farmhouse shed
Full bathroom in a farmhouse shed

9. A full bathroom

The cozy full-sized bathroom has a window for light.

Compact laundry room

10. Compact laundry room

This space is conveniently located right off the kitchen and is more like a hallway but works perfectly in the farmhouse.

Farmhouse shed bedroom
Chicken coop

11. The couple’s coziest bedroom

The couple’s bedroom is a cozy space that perfectly fits a king-sized bed. Right outside the bedroom window is a small chicken coop so Jori and her husband can keep an eye on the chickens.


Farmhouse shed

This modern farmhouse shed has all the amenities of a traditional house, just on a smaller scale. But it works perfectly for this couple. Would it work for you? Let us know in the comments what you think of this farmhouse shed.

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  • Tracey Tracey on Jan 02, 2024
    This is simply PERFECT ! If I had the skills, I would love to build this home. Alas, I am construction-challenged.
  • Roberta D Treichel Roberta D Treichel on Jan 03, 2024
    I love it! I am a seamstress and crafter so I'd need another couple hundred more feet of storage space, but 600' might be doable!
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