One corner of my garden shed. We worked on it over the long weekend, hung shelving and cabinets on the walls, put up the curtains, laid the rugs, hung the front door, and many other small details. Already I am drying flower petals to be used for incense soon.
This is the best workbench, countertop is a deal from the restore last year, Henry made the swivel stool out of 2 different broken stools, using the good parts of both.
Found this small chest a couple of years ago at a yard sale, it fits perfectly beside the front door.
“I want a garden shed, I said to Henry. “Guess I will buy one.”
“Nope, he said. “Guess I will build one.”
and so we built a deck, then walls, then Henry proved he is Super Man and stood the walls up. OK, well, it wasn’t quite that simple. Those walls are heavy. and large. But walls are going up, one at a time. This whole shed is made out of windows, doors, lumber that we found here and there, freecycle, yard sales, by the side of the road. The only thing we purchased was lumber for the floor, and several boxes of screws.
This will be the front door, wait til you see it, of course it is old, has a window and is completely great!!! And last weekend we found the neatest door handle!!
Here you can see my green house windows, Henry, the glass artist, will fix the broken windows, hang shutters, roof, fill cracks, build counter tops, and cabinets, hang doors, hang shelving, and herb drying racks, and a attend to a few more minor details this weekend. More pics later.