While this firewood shed was built to store wood for the fire pit, it could also help store wood for your wood stove. The roof helps keep the rain off the wood and you have a spot for kindling storage. Perfect. Free plans at the link.
Anyone who burns wood for heat knows you need a dry spot to store that wood for the winter. This firewood shed will hold up to 5 cords of wood. It measures 8 x 16 feet and you will find the free building plans available at the link.
If you burn firewood in the winter time you will need an outdoor shelter for your wood. Build this 3 cord firewood shed that measures 6 x 12 feet and is perfect for wood storage.
At the link they call it a log store, most call it a firewood shed, but what ever you call it if you use firewood you need one. Follow the free instructions at the link to build your own.
This firewood shed is 4 x 8 feet and built using 2 x 4 lumber. Just follow the free instructions at the link and in no time you will have a place to store your firewood out of the elements.
This 6 x 8 foot gambrel shed can be build in a weekend. It features a gambrel shaped roof and an access door to the front. Be sure to follow through to Part 2 and see how the roof is built.
Build a storage shed for your bikes and outdoor equipment. Just follow the free building plans at the link.
Build your own 8 x 10 foot gable shed using the free woodworking plans at the link. Be sure to follow through to part 2 and 3.
Build an 8 x 10 foot gambrel shed using the free plans at the link. Be sure to follow through to part 2 and 3.
Build this lean to shed suitable for bikes or even gardening tools using these free woodworking plans.