by Lee Stubbe
The slat shed evolved from first constructing a compost platform and enclosure. I added two creosoted poles to the back side to complete the square for the shed. as this method wasn't even close to being square; I then had to improvise framing to add the roof. The sides/slats were added to provide an enclosure that would allow for air to move through. I store cedar poles and stakes for the garden inside along with my tiller.
It has an additional storage area above the roof platform for storing netting and additional garden supplies. Inside there is also a cat platform where my cats climb up a ladder to hide in the upper storage area.