Garden Shed with Solid Mahogany Doors & Mansard Roof by William Eaton - Fine Homebuilding

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Garden Shed with Solid Mahogany Doors & Mansard Roof by William Eaton

comments (0) August 8th, 2011 in Project Gallery
bnseaton bnseaton, member

Backyard Shed built by William Eaton. I built the mansard roof so i would have storage for the wire rings I use on my tomato plants.
Backyard Shed built by William Eaton. 
Here is a distant view; you can see the shed is places next to our amazing vegetable garden!
Backyard Shed built by William Eaton. The doors are solid Mahogany tongue and grove Harinbon.
Backyard Shed built by William Eaton.
I built the mansard roof so i would have storage for the wire rings I use on my tomato plants.
Backyard Shed built by William Eaton. I built the mansard roof so i would have storage for the wire rings I use on my tomato plants.Click To Enlarge

Backyard Shed built by William Eaton. I built the mansard roof so i would have storage for the wire rings I use on my tomato plants.

Photo: Photo by Sondra Eaton.

Included are 4 pictures of the Garden Shed in my Camp Springs, Maryland backyard. The doors are solid Mahogany tongue and grove Harinbone. I built the mansard roof so we would have extra storage space for the wire rings I use on my tomato plants.The shed also holds all of our garden and yard equipment. I did all the work myself with the exception of the brick above ground. I am a retired Cabinet-Maker and truly enjoy the Fine Homebuilding magazine.

Thank You and Enjoy!
Bill Eaton
Camp Springs, MD


Design or Plan used: My own design

posted in: Project Gallery, mahogany, garden shed, cabinet maker, storage shed, harinbone, mansard roof

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