We’ve wanted a garden shed for a while now – a sweet little spot in the garden where we can organize our tools and potting supplies and seeds. We were able to assemble this cute little kit shed in an afternoon, and we love it so much, we thought we’d share it with you!
Leveling the ground was probably the most boring, pain-staking part. But it’s pretty important if you want the door to work and the window not be all wonky.
It was cool to drill the floor joists together and see how they work. And, we’re capable people but certainly not skilled woodworkers, so it was fun/relieving to find out we could do this ourselves.
This is starting to look like a structure (kind of)!
How exciting. Our very own barn raising!
Getting sheddier and sheddier, people!
The sliding door is handy. We’re squozen in between two trees, so a regular swinging door would have been a bit tight.
Francis the black dog thought we’d built this as her auxiliary dwelling unit, and is quite pleased.
THIS is the payoff. Organized tools!
The window lets in the perfect amount of light.
Ahhh. Shed, sweet shed.
This came as a kit from cedarshed.com. It took us about 6 hours to build, including sandwich breaks and various distractions. We also required the help of our friends Ronald and Jessica to lift the roof, as it was too heavy and unwieldy for just two people. We’d totally recommend this shed to others.