Where do you get such a cute little shed like this one?
Then you will need to locate some cool antique transom windows that will open for ventilation. We found these at the local salvage place.
Mr. Menace had to cut holes in each side of the metal siding to install the windows. He then replaced the siding around the windows after getting them installed.
Next he will need to attach some scrap wood horizontally, so there will be something to nail the fence boards/new siding onto.
|Mr. Menace hard at work with his favorite DeWalt tools.|
|BEFORE – Interior left side|
|AFTER – Interior left side|
|BEFORE – Interior back wall (ignore the arch, thats an upcoming project!)|
|AFTER – Interior back wall|
|BEFORE – Interior right wall|
|AFTER – Interior right wall|
|Also ignore the fact that there is no screen in the screen door.|
|Waiting not so patiently to be attached!|
WA-LAH! An instant adorable antique barn!
Of course there are a gazillion couple more things to do before its T-TOTALLY finished. There are louvers which will go on the bottom of the screen door after the screen is installed. And the weathervane is to be attached to the roof. THEN, I can begin to move my gardening tools out here and also do just a ton tad of decorating.
Making Broken Beautiful
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