Victorian Shed Plans Lynda


Victorian shed plans with the construction process

  • complete set of shed plans + CAD set
  • construction progress + comments
  • complete material list + tool list
  • eBook How to build a tiny house included
  • DIY Furniture plans included
  • DIY building cost $3,330

house-sample-plansFREE sample plans
of one of our design

Tiny cabins Lynda

Lynda is a 152 sq. ft. / 14,1 m2 one bedroom Victorian tiny shed plans. Its 11′-6″ x 10′-2″ / 3,5 x 3,05 m space includes 37 sq. ft. / 3,4 m2 front porch, spacious central room and 85 sq. ft. / 7,9 m2 sleeping loft.

What will you get

Timber construction step by step guide

Victorian shed plans

Complete set of shed plans (pdf): layouts, details, sections, elevations, material variants, windows, doors


eBook How to Build a Tiny House Included

  • Over 1000 illustrations
  • 276 pages

Complete material list + tool list:

Complete set of material list + tool list. A very detailed description of everything you need to build your Victorian shed.


Micro cabin plans

Lynda is the Victorian style design of our tiny cabins. With its traditional look and gable roof with wooden shingles, it is a very charming little place divided into two areas. The room on the ground floor can be used as a socializing space to hang out with a friend, study, reading room, or anything else you wish. In all cases, it benefits from a lot of light coming in from windows on three sides and, more importantly, direct access to the front porch. With its picturesque Victorian-style columns, it is a great place to enjoy fresh air, sunshine, and views of the surrounding nature, and as it is entirely covered, not even bad weather will stop you. Another part of Lynda is its loft. A convenient addition to tiny cabins leaves more space on the ground floor to be used for daytime activities. It provides a nice cozy but spacious sleeping place, where you can enjoy moments of rest even during the day, as it has two gable end windows for the light.

Construction PDF plans

Lynda of our micro cabin plans is named after famous Pin-up girl Lynda Carter. It is probably one of the sweetest designs among our tiny cabins. Wooden shingles on its gable roof and Victorian-style columns give it a lovely old-school look, which will make you fall in love with this beauty immediately. It is a straightforward timber frame structure standing on the ground screws foundation and walls and floor made of OSB boards, wooden planks, and insulation. Due to its size, it may belong to Victorian shed plans rather than cabin plans; however, no matter what, you will definitely fall in love with this tiny house very easily, and it will be a great relaxing and stress relieving spot for you. What do you think? You love it already, but would be curious to see more of our small house designs first? Of course, have a look; you can browse through other of our micro cabin plans, as well as tiny houses, cottages, or shed plans.


Built-Up Area

119 ft² / 11 m²

Total Floor Area

189 ft² / 17,5 m²

1st. floor

67 ft² / 6,2 m²


85 ft²/ 7,9 m²


37 ft² / 3,4 m²


11′-6″ x 10′-2″ / 3,5 x 3,05 m

DIY Building cost



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John Conley
4 years 25 days ago

can this be built on skids? wanting to use 4×6 GC, would it work?

4 years 24 days ago