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Garden Shed/Hide-away

comments (0) July 17th, 2012 in Project Gallery
livesey livesey, member


The shed has five 2x3 tilt sash windows and a mission style fir door stained with red oak and finished in poly. I think it would make a great little cottage or pool house too. I put crown molding over the windows to give it an old fashioned look. It took about a 130 hours of labor. The door I bought at a tent sale and the windows are simply a purchased sash and frame etc made in my shop. The sill is 4/4 pine.


Design or Plan used: My own design - Jay Livesey
posted in: Project Gallery, finish carpentry, , outdoor spaces, shed, shingle style, garden shed

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