After recently painting and staining the shed, my 5x14 foot shed is officially complete! I built the doors from scratch, put in a reclaimed window on the south side, and included a 2-foot overhang on the north side for wood storage.
The shed sits in the corner of our lot, so I envision the fence lines eventually tying in to the edges of the shed.
The north side also includes a small ladder door so I can slide a 24' extension ladder in and hang it on the back wall. The shed is topped with a corrugated, galvanized metal roof. It is built from about 70 percent recycled material, which largely contributed to keeping the total cost down to $961.
I had a blast building it from the foundation to the roof. I love the way it turned out, especially considering that this was my first piece of new construction. Now I don't have to carry the lawnmower up and down the stairs into the basement each time I mow the lawn!