Elizabeth Repetti and Walter Pitt, Winston-Salem, Surry-Yadkin EMC
The shed started its life in 1993 as a kids’ playset. After our children aged out of using it, we wanted to put it to a new use. In 2004, after adding a roof, windows, siding, doors and a brick patio, it became a tool shed. The windows were from the local Habitat Restore, as is the pulley wheel above the lean-to roof. The door handles are made from mason floats.
See more innovative DIY sheds