With Fall around the corner, I’m looking for Potting Shed Inspiration!
While we have plenty of summer weather still to come in North Carolina, I have a serious case of fall fever and am ready for fall leaves, mums, gourds, Indian corn, and pumpkins!
The front door of my Potting Shed usually has either or basket. . .
. . . or a wreath hanging in greeting for the seasons.
Her back door however has been sadly neglected and is embarrassingly naked for lack of inspiration. It is also very visible now when it wasn’t before after her big move.
I’ve been searching for something architectural to add to the back porch area that won’t interfere with opening the door when I work and something the right size that I can hang on the back of the chalkboard door that’s not too heavy.
One of my sources of inspiration is Hometalk. If you’re not familiar with Hometalk, it’s the largest online community of homeowners, renters, and home improvement pros who enjoy sharing ideas and advice about home and gardening. If you’re a DIY’er but don’t have a blog, Hometalk is the perfect place to share your projects around your home and garden.
You can use Hometalk to see what others are doing, ask for advice, get ideas for projects and share pictures and videos of the results. It works like Pinterest with boards in that you clip projects, ideas and inspiration, but with the added bonus that you can talk, if you need or want to get or give feedback and find answers and solutions to problems that you might have.
It takes about 30 seconds to sign up and it’s easy to use and free.
Recently the folks at Hometalk asked if I would curate a board on Garden Sheds. The above graphic is a sampling of some of the sheds I have clipped, mine included! You can click on the graphic to follow the links to the full projects of sheds with repurposed windows and doors, fun & funky garden junk, a living roof, a converted child’s playhouse, recycled deck flooring, and a pair of ‘his’ and ‘hers’ sheds from blown down fencing and more!
It’s easy to create clipboards on Hometalk for inspiration and projects you find there!
If you’d like to see more of my Potting Shed, there
is a tab at the top so you can see how she’s grown!
Do you have fall fever or are you hanging on to summer?