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Wednesday, 17 August 2016

Playing in my Garden Shed


It's nice and cool in my garden shed ( or maybe I should call it my play house).  I've been rearranging a bit and also bought a cupboard at a garage sale.



This is my cupboard, nicely distressed.  On seeing it son #3 innocently asked if I was going to refinish it.


I love the little drawer thingy that I got at the same gs and paid two dollars for. I've got string in one drawer, seeds in another, etc..  The white box in the corner holds a bag of potting soil.





I hope you've enjoyed this peek into my shed. Hope your week is going well.

Thanks for visiting,

Granny Marigold

11 comments:

  1. Love the two wood pieces you got at a garage sale! Did they already come distressed? Good thing we weren't there at the same time, I might have been fighting you for them ;-) Your shed is very cute, and very clean, far too clean to do any actual potting in!

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    1. I know. I do any potting up out on the grass so I won't make a mess. But I'm sure I'll get over the novelty and get it dirty yet.

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    2. Forgot to answer your question about the distressing... yes, they did come that way.

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  2. I love it! So cute and spacious!

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  3. Goodness me, your garden shed is neater and cleaner than my pantry!!! Very pretty arrangement of pretties on your shelves and I love the vintage drawers and the distressed cupboard.
    Ellabie

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  4. Your shed is a lot classier than our shed, which most of the time is really just a shed.

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  5. Now that is one impressive garden shed, my husband has shed envy. Love the furniture, looks amazing.

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  6. Your garden shed looks lovely. I especially like the little set of drawers.

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  7. I love your shed and am totally envious. I could never keep it tidy like that. My garden "shop" is a disaster with potting soil and plant droppings everywhere. Eeesh.

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  8. Lucky you to have a garden shed. It looks clean enough to live permanently in!! Nancy

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