The primroses bloom...
The garden was full of insects - flies, bees, even butterflies. Chrysanthemums came a bit late to bloom but, luckily, there is no frost.
The weather changed over night - now it is raining and the air temperature dropped to 10°C. Still, it did not stopped me from working inside the garden shed. Firstly, I attached the insect hotel on the front side of the shed.
Then I placed the shelves against the wall. As they are only 15 cm wide I nailed them to the walls in order not to tun over. The shelves are made from the old cabinets sewn in half and painted green. The paint was completely dry within 24 hours.
Used tin cans and flower pots will serve as storage for diverse things. I decorated them using decoupage technique. As you can see I do lots of recycling but, I really don't see the reason to buy new shelves or paving slabs.
There is plenty of place on the other side to hang the things. There will be also shelves for flower pots.
There is a storage under the roof too.
I think I have a small table somewhere on the attic (now I am happy to have kept some things) - it definitely goes down in the shed. Of course, after my remake.
The only bad thing in autumn is early night! And, I have no light in the shed... Maybe even better so or I would move in it for good!