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This summer, a youth group built the basic structure of this shed. Situated next to the barn, the plan was for it to become part of the farm. This out building was created for looks, but it also has the added function of storage for all the gardening and landscaping tools. The photo above shows the shed after Tony added on the roof with a lean-to that extends to the back of the structure too. This area will keep the wheelbarrows and other tools out of the rain. He used the salvaged metal roofing that is on the ceiling in the barn on the roof. Camp Daniel was blessed to receive a donation of the very old cupola.
Tony made a door from old barn boards and added other great detailing from salvaged barn parts. Then the process started to paint the shed to look as distressed as the cupola and the nearby barn. After primer, and a taupe base coat, Karol started the multi-layered paint finish. Tony finished the faux finish by adding lots of “dirt”, runny rust and distressing details.