This easy-to-build barn door, constructed of plywood siding, provides a wide entry to the shed. Inside, clerestory windows and a Plexiglas skylight lend a greenhouse atmosphere to the shed. Want to design storage shelves and bins that meet your unique storage requirements? This plan gives you a good start with deep, easy access bins for firewood, bark dust or peat moss, and a storage bin for rakes, hoes and brooms.
This article explains how a temporary floor was made for a galvanized steel shed. We emphasize temporary because the floor was not anchored to the ground in any way.
I hope this blog helps you building your storage shed/garden shed. I have put lots of pictures, and will try to explain the steps. If you do not understand something leave me a comment.
Attached to the outside of the house, this 15 1/2-inch deep structure opens to reveal a spacious (7 1/2 feet by 6 feet) storage area. The 72- by 80-inch opening accommodates two barn doors, which we built from rough-sawn fence lumber, but you could save time by purchasing exterior or screen doors. Adjust the size of your sheds opening to fit the doors you select.
This free plan-set contains detailed plans, drawings and step-by-step instructions for a 2100mm x 2400mm (7ft x 8 ft) Board-and-batten Shed. Contents at bottom of page.
An outdoor storage facility is the answer to your bulky storage problems. When you build one with durable pressure-treated wood, you can count on long-lasting protection for all those items you need to stash away and secure. Scroll down the page to find the downloadable storage shed plan.
Here is a handsome Colonial-style storage shed that is one of the most versatile, well-designed backyard buildings we have seen. In fact, it really is two sheds in one: a 10 x 12-ft. tool shed for general storage and an 8 x 10-ft. open-bay extension that is ideal for keeping firewood stacked and dry.
The garden tool shed shown solves the problem of long-handled tool storage and at the same time provides a separate storage area attached to a garage or garden shed with tools at hand. This shed could also hold trash cans.
Cross section, floor plan and detail drawings of a single-tier rabbit cage house for approximately 100 does and bucks. Capacity can be doubled or tripled by stacking cages.
A wide variety of rabbit and misc building plans, available from the University of North Dakota.