Tuesday, May 31, 2011


As important as sheds are to builders,
 I have never done a post on them.

Above is in Kingston, New Mexico
and you can see more on Kingston by clicking on 
Building In Kingston New Mexico in the right sidebar under LABELS.

This shed in El Rito, New Mexico is solar heated
 by the trombe wall that you can see.

You might have seen this before in the post:

And this classy shed in Santa Fe, New Mexico 
appeared recently in the post More On The Hip Roof.

Our friend Susie has this shed in Albuquerque, New Mexico 
and I like the way it is open but the bamboo screen blocks the view...

...and yet you still have easy access.

This shed helps with her gardening that I have written about in the posts:

Sheds can also be very stylish such as this one
 at Breitenbush Hot Springs in Oregon.

This timeless shed in Winchester, Virginia
 has already appeared in the post Small Buildings.

I built this Japanese style shed as one of the last projects
 on our house before selling it.

It appeared in one of my first posts for this blog:

I wanted a nice looking shed that could be enhanced at a later date.

And sure enough,
 the current owners have turned it into treatment room for Jin Shin.

For more see the LABEL for Small Buildings in the right side bar.