For years I have had one of those cheaper-than-cheap plastic resin sheds in my back garden [below right]. Plastic resin sheds are often recyclable, but I could not afford to replace it and wanted to stretch out the sustainability a bit and see how long I could make it last.
All the supplies are found at home and garden stores across the nation, making this project a super easy one you can do yourself.
How To – Measure twice to make sure you have the proper length of reed fencing and wood trim.
Hold mat down with a piece of trim set over the wood you already have drilled into the wall that supports the reed fencing. Drill trim into the existing trim with straw matting between to secure straw mat so the wind will not rip it off of the roof. This project was super easy and costs under $100 to put together our specific project cost $72 plus beer and pizza for Ricky. With the addition of a few tiki toches, some chairs, and a palm tree I have the perfect garden spot to enjoy a cocktail with my friends, family, and a certain special rock and roll carpenter.
Rustic or cottage decorating can seem as an overwhelming task but don’t let it get you straight down. Difficult to Find Parts Specialty Parts for Difficult Situations A Ball Plumbing Supply A-Ball’s current mission originated in 1977 when Kent and Jan purchased a run down 1880 Victorian farmhouse.
This project was super easy and costs under $100 to put together – our specific project cost $72 plus beer and pizza for Ricky. Shawna Coronado is an on-camera spokesperson, newspaper columnist, keynote speaker, blogger, and the author of the critically acclaimed book, Gardening Nude, which is a guide for living a green lifestyle. Shawna educates the online community on green-living tips, sustainable gardening, inexpensive cooking, home vegetable production, and techniques for every day homeowners to save money by being green and feeding the hungry during a down-economy – all this right from her very own home and ornamental front lawn vegetable garden in Warrenville, Illinois.


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Shawna is a wellness lifestyle advocate, professional author, blogger, photographer, and media host who campaigns for social good. In my case, I highly recommend guitar playing carpenters, so I chose my good friend and local rock star, Ricky Rolon [photo right], to bring my vision to life.
Use a saw to cut the wood trim pieces enabling placement at the top and the bottom of the shed. Using wire cutters, cut reeds out of the handle area so you are able to pull the doors open easily without damaging the new covering [see above where arrow is pointing - that's the handle]. Roll out the straw mat over roof of the shed until covered with extra hanging over the sides [see above]. Staple remnants of matting onto the roof and wood trim to hide the wood trim on the side of the shed from showing.
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In their search for quality vintage fixtures, they discovered an exciting new business opportunity. The NEW String Tree Tutorial kiwikat wrote in saucydwellings February 11th, 2012 Current Mood: cheerful About 2 years ago I did a post about how to make your own string tree. Additionally, because sheds are all different sizes, you will need to measure then estimate your need for the following items – thin strips of 6’ long wood trim, reed fencing (we used 6 foot high reed fencing), a straw seed starting mat (we used Turf Starter Seed Germination Blanket). Some independent garden centers have it – it will be in the grass seeding area ordinarily.


She has a "make a difference" focus on green lifestyle living, organic gardening, and healthy food recipes built to inspire. Initially it served its garden storage purpose, but after a few years of harsh Chicago summers coupled with a few years of even harsher northern winters, it became an unwelcome eyesore. For under $100  we converted the plastic building into the cutest little tiki hut ever by covering the shed in reed and straw. Additionally, because sheds are all different sizes, you will need to measure then estimate your need for the following items thin strips of 6’ long wood trim, reed fencing (we used 6 foot high reed fencing), a straw seed starting mat (we used Turf Starter Seed Germination Blanket). With the addition of a reed fence and straw roof, my ugly plastic resin garden shed has been converted magically into a cute little tiki hut [see top photo].
By using this site or any media associated with Shawna Coronado, you agree to the "Terms of Service". Drill trim evenly onto the reed fencing around the bottom and top of the shed, securing it to wall [below]. I found this particular straw matting at Home Depot because none of the local garden centers carried it.
I found it outside in the area where they sell grass seed and wheelbarrows and other matting.



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