A?34.007 bids41 watching8 x10 garden shed in need of tlc will need to be put on a concrete base or a wooden base as has no floor and roof will need re felting and just a general tidy up. A?100.00Buy it nowor Best Offer10 watchingThis shed has 2 doors one at the front and one at the back. A?82.002 bids67 watchingLarge 10'x8' wooden shiplap garden shed with 2 doors and glass windows. A?88.0014 bids63 watchingThe shed is about 12 years old, not sure as it's inherited from previous house owner.
A?500.00Buy it nowor Best OfferSubstantial shed, solid build, raised off ground so in great condition.
When you’re hanging flower boxes or organizing tools inside¬†garden sheds, it might seem like the simple solution to grab a handful of nails and go to town.
When you start with nails, you may find that after some time, you want to pull them out and start over. Gardeners seem to share a universal gene for outbuildings, and Bob Bowling has tapped into that on South Whidbey Island. Bob Bowling designed this trailer shed, complete with turban-like cupola and painted hubcaps, for a customer on the move.
A Dutch door, whale weathervane and colorful pots in the window boxes make this octagonal shed a focal point in a seaside garden. LIKE MUSHROOMS in damp autumn woods, Bob Bowling's sheds are popping up all over South Whidbey Island. Is it the peaked roofs, the cupolas and aged windowpanes that lend a sense of history to each tidy little footprint of a building?
After his success at the past few Northwest Flower & Garden Shows, where he won "Best of Show" in the exhibitor category, Bowling is busy building custom designs. After working as a flooring contractor in Riverside, Calif., Bowling moved to Whidbey with a now ex-girlfriend, and started crafting birdhouses and benches.


Now Bowling starts his days poking around the woodpile at the local construction dump and visiting Island Recycling.
Despite windows, doors and siding old enough to make the buildings look weathered in place, new underlying framework assures they're structurally sound.
Because Bowling builds with materials on at least their second lifetimes, each shed is unique. While Bowling usually sticks with his square little footprint and tried-and-true proportions, he is sometimes asked to come up with new shapes and sizes. His sheds have been used as outhouses, chapels, outdoor showers, playhouses and simply as garden focal points. Good condition roof rotted as shown but I have re covered in steel tile effect sheets so watertight. In good structural condition but some rot on the shiplap on the weather side, mainly cosmetic, as shown in the photos. This garden building is supplied with styrene glazed windows, which are 100% shatterproof and a safer alternative to glass. Similar to a push pin, the pin hook is a great option for small or temporary hanging objects. Every shed he makes is uniquely designed and crafted from mostly recycled and repurposed materials. The screens come nearly to the ground to help circulate air and give the birds a view to the garden. A columnist for The Seattle Times' Pacific Northwest Magazine for the last 14 years and author of four books on gardening, she lives on Whidbey Island where she loves to hike, read and garden. Small enough to squeeze into a garden corner or side yard, yet large enough to house chickens, hold a yoga mat or tools, the sheds are drop-dead charming. Perhaps it's that Bowling has mastered the perfect proportions and garnishes to appeal to our fantasies of a sweet little destination shed.


He moved on to sheds after discovering the abundant supply of recycled materials on the island.
If wood or metal doesn't look sufficiently vintage, Bowling adds patina with a vinegar wash.
He built an octagonal building he describes as "Gothic" to fit into a hillside garden in Burien. Easy to push in, easy to pull out and the hole is small enough not to damage the integrity of the wood. Gardeners seem to share a universal gene for outbuildings, and Bowling has tapped right into that. The windows hinge wide open, the roofs are sturdy galvanized metal with overhangs, and the chicken coops come with nesting boxes and windows low enough to give the birds a view out into the garden. He stockpiles old doors and windows, and buys bits and pieces on eBay, like the $5 metal spheres he uses as finials. Dutch doors, weathervanes and window boxes large enough to hold a few herbs or pansies add yet more charm. Once you change uses, you will find that if you’ve started with hooks, you will just find another way to use the hooks instead of the original nails you pounded into the walls. He constructs cupolas out of metal chicken feeders, funnels, stove pipes or pot lids — whatever ends up stacking in an eye-pleasing and sturdy way.



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