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  • Lori Campbell

    garden structures | Garden Studio | Outdoor Retreat : Garden Galleries : HGTV - Home ...

  • Marcia Leech

    Garden Studio : Outdoor Retreat - an art studio, workshop or home office

  • Tiffany Haney

    Garden Studio Offers Outdoor Work Space I love this idea. And I love the color teal and the idea of an outdoor room. I would want mine to be much larger though. Probably like a triple garage size, because it wouldn't just be an outdoor living or relaxing space, I would want it to also be my art, design, and creative studio...Where magical things would happen!!!!

  • Martha Ferguson

    Someday, when we and our animals have shelter, I'd like to build this by the river as a get-away or even a guest house.

  • Caleb Skinner

    A Backyard Retreat. I need this!!! this would be my art studio!!

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