This sheddies shed has been getting a lot of attention lately, so thought I would do a Q&A
Selfbuild or off the shelf shed?
My husband built this shed for my birthday in 2007.
Why have you got a shed? uses etc
Originally, this was to simply be a place where I stored garden tools–hand tools, wheel barrow, pots, and a winter place for my bird bath. Then I added a small church pew, then some art (woodland creatures being the theme). The porch is a natural place to relax. The Church of Gardening has become a place I go to drink tea, to reflect, and to be grateful for all that I have–and to garden as well!
How would you describe your shed?
The Church of Gardening was built for me by my husband, Matt Kizer, in 2007 as a birthday present. The antique stained glass window was a wedding present. It has a church pew, and a small statue of St. Francis. Nature is the religion here. It now has a lot of art, including clouds that Matt painted on the ceiling. He used a lot of cool, salvaged materials, such as the door and antique windows. It also has solar lighting. The garden bench is made of old barn boards, a chippy paint cabinet, and slate on top. This is the best shed in the entire world!
Who are your shed inspirations?
Before I had a shed, I visited this site a lot to figure out what I liked. While I can’t name a particular shed, I drew inspiration from many of them.
Future Shed plans
While cutting saplings around the shed, I discovered an old stone wall that is in need of repair. So I took a stone-wall-building class and have begun to rebuild it. I hope to finish the wall next summer. Also, I would like to replace the temporary front step with granite steps.
How did you find out about our community?
I did a Google search for sheds.
What word would you use to sum up Sheds
If any other sheddies (who have shared their sheds) would like to be featured in this Spot, the fill out this Q & A Form and I will get back you!