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DIY 6×12 Lean to Shed

by Ovidiu


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DIY 6×12 Lean to Shed















From Peter

My wife and I wanted a shed that could be a changeroom for our back yard pool and a Shed to house scooters, bikes and toboggans. It took us a weekend to build and the materials cost ~$3000 Canadian by the time we were done. The change room opens to one side of the shed and the Storage area opens to the opposite side so that the kids can get their things out without having to go through the back yard.

Customizations to the shed:

1. Custom doors. 4ft double doors and 2ft person door

2. Window on the side to let light into the changeroom.

3. Dividing wall between the two halves of the shed.

4. V-Groove siding instead of sheet siding.

We also added shelving to and a set of pegs to the changeroom side. I will be adding power to the shed in the near future to allow for lights and a sound system for the patio it is beside.

My wife finished it off by adding a 3ftx3ft “Barn Quilt: to the large wall



From Plans: http://myoutdoorplans.com/shed/6×12-lean-to-shed-plans/

Difficulty Level: medium

Time Required: one week

Total Cost: $3000 Canadian





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