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Inside the garden shed . ....♥♥... utilitarian space has been transformed into a garden hideaway complete with sitting area, woodstove, antique display cabinets for garden trinkets, a potting bench, and a work desk for recording the seasonal changes.

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This 154-square-foot backyard retreat, constructed in less than six months, used salvaged lumber from three Oregon barns, a salvaged copper roof, natural plaster walls and a wood stove.

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I love the sink with the wall alcoves for soap, and I also love the use of the antique tiles

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Tips for Taming a Slope

A retaining wall creates planting opportunities when you select construction materials that allow you to plant in nooks and crannies along the wall's surfaces. Sedums spill from spaces in a 4-foot-tall retaining wall made of dry-stacked salvaged concrete. Test Garden Tip: Other crevice-loving plants include creeping phlox, rock cress, thyme, hens-and-chicks, sweet alyssum, trailing lobelia, snow-in-summer, and candytuft./

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Charming Cabin Built for $500 with Repurposed Windows

Cabin built for $500 with re-purposed windows in the mountains of West Virginia (unsure how practical, but hey, it looks awesome)

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