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A garden shed offers welcome workspace as well as decoration in the landscape.
An expansive shed feels right at home in this woodland setting.
Reused architectural details add character to a small shed.
Small details equal good design in this garden shed.
An unexpected layout equals garden shed success.
An old-school garden shed gets a dose of updated country style.
Deft details make a graceful garden shed design.
Inexpensive details add tons of personality to a garden shed.
Good bones dress up an outdoor structure.
A just-right shed works hard in the garden.
A small building offers storage and relaxing spots, too.