We just finished up with our side yard project and will be switching gears to our shed now. When we first bought That 70s House, we actually had a shed, but it was in really bad condition and awkwardly placed. There was never a proper foundation built for it and I think the previous owners kids must have played baseball in front of it because it had all these holes in it.
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While this sad shed served its purpose the first year we lived here, we moved it out when we had the patio done thinking we didn’t really need it. HA! Three years, a messy garage, and two mountain bikes later, that was a mistake. We definitely needed to get some of the yard tools out of the garage. After contemplating size and ascetics, we settled on this cute shed 🙂
Since we had the pad built when we did the side yard hard-scaping, we were ready to assemble when it arrived. So we lathered on some sunscreen and got to work. We spread out all the parts and checked them off with the instructions to make sure we received everything.
I’m not going to lie, this was definitely a two person job. There were some very awkward items to assemble which would have been very challenging working alone. It took us about 6 hours to do the entire thing.
Moka thought she helped.
I think its cute! And it definitely helped free up some real estate in the garage.
This is what it looks like now that the rest of the yard is complete.