Though Jamaica Cottage Shop is primarily a tiny house & homestead company (since 1995) – building thousands of kits yearly that ship *free across the continental US & Eastern Canada, selling original designs for the DIYers as plans ($50), steadily growing the accessories needed for the DIY crowd, and building fully assembled rugged post & beam buildings in their newer 70,000 sq ft facilities – I’ve noticed that the owner & senior designer Domenic Mangano also has a soft spot for fanciful, functional shelters – he guides his skilled staff with customers ideas & treasured finds, turning these elements into one of a kind buildings – that always have surprising grace for having to meet so many needs.
Jamaica Cottage Shop did not disappoint when these customers had a salvaged vintage cupola they wanted incorporated, plus, needed some barn space and firewood storage, in a traditional style. The building was finished out with sliding barn doors and an upgrade to cedar shake siding on the upper half of the building.
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