The other day, Ray and I shoveled 5 yards of natural stone around the shed. Ray thought, this is what it must feel like to be on a chain gang. But, as you can see, it was well worth the effort. I also had some extra pavers and scalloped edging from other areas in the yard. I bought these rusty garden gates in Brimfield, a few years ago. They look much better in front of the shed, then where they were.
I've been wanting a shed for a long time now. It's hard to believe, but I actually have time to garden.
This is the space behind the garage that I recently cleared out for my new shed. This is what the space looked like at 7:30am this morning.
This is my shed at 12:30pm. I couldn't be any happier. I have many vintage garden things, that I've been collecting over the years. Now I'll have a place to put them. This is also going to be a little sactuary for me to work on some of my creations for the shop and for my home.
The next step, is to paint the entire inside, of course, white. Then I can start filling it up with my tools, gloves, and my collection.
This isn't old, but it has a great look. I bought it from Jackie, at the shop, to put in front of the shed with some flower pots in it. I can't wait to start decorating.