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  • Robyn Pohwala

    Winter Wonderland Potting Shed

  • Trish Celani

    Sort of the idea I have, using old doors and windows

  • Donna Johnisee

    (link) "TINKER HOUSE" Greenhouse / Potting Shed DIY project created from recycle / re-purpose / reuse items: windows, doors, lumber, etc.

  • bitch Who Knits

    Little Christmas cottage in the snow Love this as a green house!

  • Beverly Keller

    Little Christmas cottage in the snow, so cosy! Wish i had one :-) Great for a gardening shed in the winter.

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I left one of these in WI...could kick myself. Still on the lookout for a new one. We used it to store all the little gardening stuff we had.

little house for studio or garden shed

I read a book in elementary school called Mandy about an orphan girl who finds a little cottage in the woods and plants a garden around it. This is EXACTLY what I pictured in my head all those years ago.

At the Lime Farm there is a girl who lives in one of the sheds. Her place is awesome. But maybe we should give her some french doors to kit it out. and maybe we should drywall the inside so she doesn't have to deal with those pesky studs. This cottage is right up her alley.

This shed has some features that I am already planning for my chicken house aka "Lady House".

Overarching Antiquity. Gothic arched windows add to the antique feel of this garden shed. Stamped metal roofing and hanging planters on the fence repeat the arched shape. A row of boxwoods brings order and definition to the entry garden. Paint would help the walls to look better.

I could actually live here if my son would build it...lol...Matthew, build it and I will come ((-:

Potting shed/ greenhouse...How cool would it be to have this at the edge of your woods ?

Only reason this is here: I will need cubbyhole space somewhere. greenhouse workspace. By Anna Truelsen, photo Carina Olander