Using the mobile museum concept, Nichols takes framed pictures with narratives directly to schools, mostly in the Dallas ISD. “Sometimes you have to know the past in order to know where to go in the future.” That’s what Roosevelt Nichols…
James Ryan is passionate about making great cheeses, but he needed a dedicated space for his projects. He wanted a building that looked unique. Richard Miller helped him find the perfect fit. This log cabin shell has a red metal roof to match his carports and his Ulrich gazebo. Besides looking cool, James likes that it’s really well built.
John and Kristen Colvin were shopping for a backyard building last summer. At the time, they had recently moved from San Francisco and were looking for a potting shed. Kristen has a knack for growing exotic plants, so she needed a place to keep her potting supplies, as well as a place to put her tender plants during the winter.
Sometimes we make mistakes.
We won’t stop, though, until you’re completely happy.
Here at Ulrich we let you customize your building. For instance, the yellow shed shown below normally has the double shed doors, but our client wanted a steel door instead.
You’ve heard of the man cave. Another backyard building movement is forming. Its called the She Shed. While ‘man cave’ evokes a dim smoky atmosphere with large hunks of meat roasting over an open fire, the She Shed evokes a brighter, more refined space. In either case, the fundamental purpose is the same: A Space of One’s Own. Interruptions, outside opinions, and to do lists are not welcome. Here are some of Ulrich’s best She Shed options.
A Boy Named Abraham
In the early 1800s there was a skinny boy by the name of Abraham who lived with his parents in Perry Creek County, Indiana. Since they didn’t have much money, Abraham’s father spent most of his time hunting while the rest of the family worked hard at farming. Abraham would later describe those days as a fight “with trees and logs and grubs”. Abraham’s last name, by the way, was Lincoln.