Friday, May 30, 2014

Potting Shed Stuffed Full!


I decided to share a glimpse inside my FULL Potting Shed today.

I just love old chippy posts, pillars and anything along that line.  My youngest son made me the
 pallet table and it is filled with tons of goodies, but there is room for more!! It is on rollers so I can
move it around as the need arises. It is so big though that I doubt I move it much! I need to paint
 the spacers between the two pallets a gray color, but I just haven't gotten around to that yet.
One of these days. 



Can you handle all this chippy white goodness?? All the skinny white boards are
tongue and groove and they are pieces of two more pillars that I need to reassemble.
{ uh...that WE need to assemble...hubby and I }


This is one of the pillars I recently acquired for FREE! This one was mostly intact, but
there are two others that need put back together. They are all tongue and groove so
it shouldn't be too hard.  Famous last words right? ha!

Everything that doesn't have a  place in the house somehow finds it's way out here.
Thus there is a little bit of everything in this shed.


Bottoms or tops of the pillars...I am in love!!
Takes so little to make this girl one happy camper!
Happy weekend everyone! May it be blessed!!

12 comments:

Lin from A {tiny} Cottage In The Woods said...

Pure heaven, Sandi! I'm pinning it for inspiration! :)
Hugs,
Lin

Sweet Magnolias Farm said...

O.k. Drool is running down my chin ..thank goodness for the napkin on my side table ..LOL !

Oh Sandi .. your garden shed is filled to the brim with absolute vintage goodness .. I Love it all !

Those pillars are just fabulous.

Blessings
Sara

Sweet Magnolias Farm said...

O.k. Drool is running down my chin ..thank goodness for the napkin on my side table ..LOL !

Oh Sandi .. your garden shed is filled to the brim with absolute vintage goodness .. I Love it all !

Those pillars are just fabulous.

Blessings
Sara

June said...

I'm in heaven just looking at all this goodness! Amazing! I love that pallet table (what an awesome son) You had better keep that shed locked or you know who might sneak in :)))))

I am so sorry that I haven't got back to you about the hearts. Soon after we e-mailed Landon got sick and I never went out to finish the hearts. He was sick from Feb.until just this past couple of weeks and we have been trying to get his seizures back under control. Please forgive me for at least not getting in touch about them. I will get back to them eventually Sandi.
sending hugs...

Irene said...

I hear you and feel your pain, my house is too small too.

Createology said...

Totally fun Potting Shed. I love how you have such fabulous finds ready for the perfect projects. Your son did a great job on the pallet table. Creative Bliss...

Faded Charm said...

I love your shed and all the bits of everything! My kind of stuff!!

xoxo
Kathleen

Abby's Paperie Garden said...

Those pillars are gorgeous! I can just imagine them in a living room. Great find!

Happy weekend,
abby

Abby's Paperie Garden said...

Those pillars are gorgeous! I can just imagine them in a living room. Great find!

Happy weekend,
abby

augcott said...

I am sooooooo jealous of all of your treasures!!!!!!
Thanks for sharing :-)

diane @ thoughts and shots

Lady Pamela said...

Your shed is so much more organized than mine. All I can do is barely turn around in it, it is so full. But not with pillars! We can't get them here. This area is too new for that kind of treasure.
*Smiles*

time worn interiors said...

You got some great looking stuff in your potting shed! sigh!
tot