My 7 foot x 7 foot little garden house with its cement floor and peaked roof is not a shed. Ted and a talented builder friend, Jeff, lovingly made it for me. Ted saved a 2′ solid wood door, that I painted yellow and salvaged some old windows. With some new materials, but mostly old materials they made my little garden house. I use this little garden house to work with plants, harden off plants in the spring and once in awhile in the winter I go out into the little garden house and jump on a rebounder (an expensive little trampoline). The rebounder is low impact exercise and said to improve your immune system. Once in awhile it is good to jump around and look at the garden.
This is the back view of the little house and end of the garage that lines the north side of my garden. The wall was so bare I took an old window and in the inside of the window painted curtains and geraniums in pots. A couple of years ago a hail storm broke one of the panes. The 3 little bird houses attracted wasp nest. So last year they went!
The little house is built at the end and inside wall of the garage. My pathways are made from the local pink limestone. So I painted the walls pinkish. Notice the mirrow we salvaged. The wooden tower in the front of the picture is one of my tomatoe towers.
The little garden house is in the distance. There is a bit of a hidden garden behind and to the right of the little house.