In Season 37 of This Old House, Host Kevin O'Connor and the programs long-time General Contractor Tom Silva work with Reeds Ferry to create
an outdoor living space for a home in Arlington Massachusetts. Homeowner Emily Deldon wanted an enclosed space for a yoga studio. Emily and
her husband Nick determined a custom Reeds Ferry Shed was the perfect solution. Watch the video below. In it Kevin O'Connor meets
with Reeds Ferry Project Foreman Rich James who managed the one-day build. After the pre-assembled walls and roof go up Tom Silva inspects
the quality of construction.
The focus this season was the renovation of the Deldon's century-old Arts & Crafts style home built in 1909. Reeds Ferry's goal was to match the look and craftsmanship of house. The end-result is a 14x20 studio-shed with cedar shingle siding, 15-lite French doors, and an extended portico supported on columns. All of these features mimic the style of the Deldon's house and achieved the goal of a matched building pair. The studio-shed has a finished interior with climate-control, plenty of open floor space, plus added space in the loft above the portico, (which is a perfect spot for storing yoga mats, come to find out). Below is a photo of the finished studio-shed.
Click here to see all 16 episodes of This Old House and the Art & Crafts restoration in Arlington Massachusetts. Reeds Ferry Sheds would like to thank Kevin O'Connor, Tom Silva, Charlie Silva, Norm Abrams, and the entire staff of This Old House. And special thanks to the Deldon Family for allowing Reeds Ferry to be a permanent part of their home.