Sheds and Outbuildings

Amsterdam playhouse via www.pithandvigor.com
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Do you have a favorite city? The place you would choose to live if you could choose to live anywhere? Mine is Amsterdam. I love...

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I am desperately trying to finish off some projects that have been carrying on for too long.  One of which is the pergola over the...

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My husband never fails to point out how much he loves the handful of small stone houses that are scattered hills around where we live....

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I know this news might not be as exciting to you as it is to me....but nonetheless my excitement for this announcement borders (irrationally) on...

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  I'm planning a heck of a party this summer and ground zero for the shindig will be my barn.  I'm lucky to have a...

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I have greenhouse envy (especially this time of year where, I had something lovely like this, -- there would be a whole load of little...

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how to build a stick fort www.pithandvigor.com
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Toys that leave something to the imagination are hard to come by.   Even harder are those that actually aim to encourage your kids to...

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This is a special Valentines edition of our Thursday garden makeovers.   Its pretty flowers and charming white walls are so valentines cheery. But mostly...

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I find the idea behind Jerry Sohn's desert garden rooms unbelievably inspiring.   Wanting a place in the vast landscape of the Mojave Desert  (where he owns...

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Hayden Regina - creator of the Hobbit Houses at Fernwood Botanical Gardens in Niles, Michigan - is joining us today to share how he created...

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This caught my eye this morning....I find it funny how this type of advertising makes me infinitely more interested in the house than a typical...

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I'm looking for a new place to work.  My old beloved cafe recently closed and the new tenants are rather adamantly anti-WIFI.  It is a sentiment I...

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I'm going to share these horrible pictures with you (and then as soon as I hit publish I will have quickly get another couple posts...

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I am always in need of a workspace, one that doesn't involve me pulling out the vaccuum cleaner to tidy up when I am done...

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modern shed garden plans via www.pithandvigor.com
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About a month ago Kim asked (over on the Studio 'g' fb page) if I knew of any great shed plans.  I didn't then, but...

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As I plan for our next big glamping adventure (next month!)  I am daydreaming about the possibilities to make our  home garden a little more glamping friendly....

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We have promised some friends a wooded corner of our property to use in tree-house experiments.   We already have a tree-house in progress of...

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My husband and I have been day dreaming about turning our lower and unused three stall horse barn into some sort of fun summer house. ...

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You are going to have to indulge me this week as I fully expect that the arrival of a puppy will have a huge impact...

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I think this sort of thing is always a good way to start a week.   It just makes me think......And why not?   And...

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Did you know, wooden buildings often aren’t arbitrarily red? Falu red (pronounced “FAH-loo”, in Swedish it’s Falu rödfärg) is the name of a Swedish, deep red...

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