15 Easiest & Cheapest Christmas Decor

1.Reclaimed Wooden Fire

1.Reclaimed Wooden Fire


15 Easiest & Cheapest Christmas Decor

We all like to decorate in holidays. Fine, maybe not all but at least we all enjoy looking at the decors. There is a good feeling when walking into a house or restaurant that is warmly and creatively decorated, it just makes your eyes wonder and subconsciously accompanies your conversations. It makes you feel special and changes the atmosphere. Decorations are a miracle.



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The Pine Garden Hutch

If you do not need a big storage place, this will be okay for you. It is perfect for storing the planters, garden tools and flower pots. It has two doors and two sections; one for long tools and little cubbies for the pots and other little pesky items.

The 2-Story Craftsman Shed

It is a dream for most women, to have this cabin like shed. It would be an awesome project for husband and wife. Besides its beauty that will add to your backyard, it also has maximum space, two levels with easy openings.

The Cedar Storage Shed

Looks great right at the corner, the wood and the roof completes the awesome look of it. It is not expensive but requires lots of work to bring together all the wood pieces to come up with this final result.

The Little Garden Shed

If you have a garden and you not have a shed, why not doing this project for the love of your garden? It is a min beautiful shed built with cement siding. It has a classic look. Store your garden tools and enjoy the unique look.

The Blue Shed

This should only cost $30. It is basically pieces of wood, metal roof and blue paint to achieve this. It is pretty cool and very functional. You may store garbage cans in there and keep them off the open sight.

The ‘From Scratch’ Shed

You can obtain a small shed from absolutely nothing. You will need materials and following simple steps. It has little amount of storage but can fit more than lawn tools.

The Mini Garden Shed

Other ideas for a shed plan for a small storage. It is tall enough yet slim. It will be a good project for a person with little space in their backyards.

The Great Shed

This is a great shed, strongly built. You may not have enough places to put it, but you can push the grass or weed eater and fit it in. The green paint even blends with the environment.

The Two in One Shed

If you have a huge space, think about this one. It has a colonial architecture. Also has lots of space to move things around, big and small, in all their sizes.

The Potting Shed

It is attractive shed that I think it will be my next project after getting rid of my current shed. It is spacious and very functional, perfect for planting for its potting bench and few windows to allow sunlight.

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