Saundra Springer, Youngsville
My husband moved this old shed from my parents’ property. He put on a shingled roof, and I had purchased a stained-glass door at a yard sale. We cut an opening in the end of the shed and mounted the door on the inside with just the glass portion showing, then put an antique door frame around it. We used old windows to create an area for breezes. They are hung on hinges so they can be propped open with a stick. I use the inside to store garden and pond supplies. The backside is used for potting, hanging plants and bird houses.