I designed this garden shed, drawing it myself. Got most of the lumber from home depot, but a lot was recycled from my house too. I used cedar fence boards as siding (dog ear at the bottom). For sheer, I used left over plywood. I put cedar shingles at the peak for decoration. Used almost all Ryobi tools to build it! I used a Ryobi Jig Saw, Router, Impact driver, miter saw, and cordless drill.
Look very cool. Do you have the design plan to share with the rest? How much did you spend on the materials.
@n_nguyen - I do not have detailed plans because I designed it myself. However, I am thinking about drawing up some plans, which I will post due interest here and elsewhere. It turns out that there was almost no waste of materials with common lumber dimensions, which was a little planning, and a lot of luck. Total material cost was $900. This includes the self-poured concrete pad and cedar shingles - but does not include the door, window and sheer plywood. Those materials were all recycled from my house, and would probably add another $400 to the cost if you had to buy them separately.
Very Affordable Picket Fence Option for the budget as well as a super easy fast build and quick installby Jeff Projects