Tucked among the hawthorne, ash, and pine trees of an Oregon backyard, this 10x12 foot shed features cost-saving finds such as salvaged windows, a bargain-bin door, and manufactured-wood siding. Near the door, an old toolbox does double duty as a planter, while a lantern-style fixture hung on the wall above adds to the structure's cottagey feel. The fixture is just for show, however, as the shed has no electricity. Also, the wooden box features a band of copper, which repels slugs.
Detailed step-by-step instructions, full-size patterns, materials list, and building instructions are included in this professionally drawn blueprint.
11'0" Height from top of floor to ridge.