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garden room / workshop is an entrant for Shed of the year 2014 via @readersheds  #shedoftheyear

garden room / workshop is an entrant for Shed of the year 2014 via @readersheds #shedoftheyear

The Old Town - Århus, Denmark. This was actually ment to be an HDR shot, but this single exposure turned out better.

The Old Town - Århus, Denmark. This was actually ment to be an HDR shot, but this single exposure turned out better.

Dave's Ode to Glass Block Shed is an entrant for Shed of the year 2014 via @readersheds  #shedoftheyear

Dave's Ode to Glass Block Shed is an entrant for Shed of the year 2014 via @readersheds #shedoftheyear

Need a greenhouse? It doesn't need to be fancy and expensive - you just need the right guidance, which you can find right here. Photo: jconnors / CC by 2.0

Budget Friendly Greenhouses

Need a greenhouse? It doesn't need to be fancy and expensive - you just need the right guidance, which you can find right here. Photo: jconnors / CC by 2.0

The Cyncoed Fine Art Studio is an entrant for Shed of the year 2014 via @readersheds  #shedoftheyear

The Cyncoed Fine Art Studio is an entrant for Shed of the year 2014 via @readersheds #shedoftheyear

Cool home away from home. It would be lovely to have something like this.

Cool home away from home. It would be lovely to have something like this.

A very simple but great idea for a backyard office or studio. #outdoorliving #homeoffice #studio

A very simple but great idea for a backyard office or studio. #outdoorliving #homeoffice #studio

1. The Sun Apply a wood stain or preservative inside and out to protect logs from fading. 2. Cracks and Gaps As logs dry out and settle, cracks and gaps may appear. Have your home inspected (and repaired if needed) once a year. 3. Moisture Water damage can cause fissures and rot in logs. Make sure there is proper drainage around walls and regularly reapply a stain.    - CountryLiving.com

Everything You Need to Know About Log-Home Living

1. The Sun Apply a wood stain or preservative inside and out to protect logs from fading. 2. Cracks and Gaps As logs dry out and settle, cracks and gaps may appear. Have your home inspected (and repaired if needed) once a year. 3. Moisture Water damage can cause fissures and rot in logs. Make sure there is proper drainage around walls and regularly reapply a stain. - CountryLiving.com

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