*photos via Shelter via Country Living
For my home wish list, I want a shed for this very reason.
My dear, that is NOT a shed!Love, Mom
Ha. I know. That's exactly what I thought. But the Country Living article called it an "old shed"....
Hahaha I don't think I'd call it an "old shed" either. It is pretty neat though. I'd like one in my backyard.
now, that's my idea of a shed! I grew up in Mississippi too!
Wow, that is an amazing transformation. And the best part is that it just takes a good vision. It seems the bones weren't changed at all. Love this post. You find the BEST stuff, Brooke. I love this blog. You rock.
A shed, that is funny. If that is a shed then sign me up for one!
I would never leave this shed. Ever. The only problem is that my husband would have nowhere to store his lawnmower. Love your blog!
Ha ha love this. If that's a shed then I want to live in a shed. Jon is going to love this. It will probably be much more affordable than our home now.
Shed? Ha HA HA HA HA!!!!
Our house came with a shed... and it looks nothing like that one. I wish it did! That is pretty nice. I don't know if I could house my lawn mower in a building so pretty, I might have to make it a little retreat!
I'd take the before picture as my apartment, haha. The after is just beautiful though- I love the shelving inside
i'm excited! but not excited to job hunt! I can't even bring myself to draft up a resume...I need some motivation.
ok I'll take that "OLD SHED" any day. Gorgeous!
I recently learned how fantastic sheds can be, too. This one is awesome. I love the color scheme. And it doesn't look like any shed I've ever had either!
That is a shed I would love to have!! Beautiful.
love it!! give me an "old shed" any day of the week!