This board and batten hog house in the garden of our barn home is used as a garden shed and storage building. My husband added the panes to the small window some year ago to add a little cottage charm. To match the farm vibes of our property, I began hanging old tools on the shed such as the buck saw behind the shock. When I removed a raised bed, the iron wagon wheel also found its way over to the shed. After our September Sale, I had two sections of pallet picket fencing that looks very much at home across the front. Add a seasonal shock of corn stalks, hay bale, pumpkin, calf feeding bucket, galvanized watering can and bushel basket and this charming shed is a great addition to our autumn farmstead decorating.
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