We've been spending time cleaning out the materials yard where bricks, wire cages, potting soil, you name it get stored on the east side of out house — out of sight when you are in the garden. It's a nice practical work area but nothing as cool as this outbuilding I saw on a recent WHPS tour in the country. I envision room for my tools and a daybed for napping when weeding becomes too much work. Nothing like a structure to add another layer of interest to the garden.
This garden "shed" is located in the city but has a country feel. It was made by the gardener's son out of recycled materials, especially old windows.
A bit hot on the bright summer day when I visited, but I bet it's magical on a cloudy day, a moonlit night or on a sunny winter day. A little jewel box.