This greenhouse was constructed by David Mayrand with reused/recycled materials purchased at yard sales, Goodwill and the Habitat ReStore. Most all of the items inside the greenhouse were purchased from the same places as well. It has become the neighborhood attraction and they have had many strangers stop in for pictures and a tour. It is a happy place for sure! This greenhouse wins BEST IN SHOW!
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The inspiration for the "Summer House" started when Bill Kramer recovered 38 windows from an older house. He used old rock for the foundation (recovered from repairing the front steps on their 1930's rock cottage), recycled bricks for the floor, and leftover roofing. All of the lighting and the fan came from thrift stores. The wicker furniture and decor came from garage sales. A nice space to embellish their small house, Bill's "summer house" wins the LIVE and/or WORK SPACE category.