Ugly Shed Redo with Mostly Reclaimed Materials


Just in time for Spring!
We transformed our super ugly sheds with very little money with scrap pallet, fence, and miscellaneous lumber. The door on the large shed was our old back door (we replaced with a glass door from Habitat ReStore). We also used paint we were given to paint the blue shed. Even the flower box brackets were in someone's trash. Our "splurge" was the fun orange paint for the doors!
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ugly shed redo with mostly reclaimed materials, curb appeal, diy, outdoor living, repurposing upcycling
Super Ugly Shed
Super Ugly Shed
After!
After!
"Flower" box
"Flower" box

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  • Tracey T
    on Mar 9, 2014

    Wow, great looking sheds!! You made it look so much nicer! Thanks for sharing your ideas with us

  • Cris
    on Aug 9, 2014

    my husband will not get rid of an old,old wood shed in the back yard,it is so ugly I want to blow it up. I'm thinking about a facade (?) like an old country store look, any ideas how I can get started? please help!!

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