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Issue 66 · Cult of the Kitchen · April 2, 2013

Pinterest Contest: Show Us Your Fantasy Garden Shed

Issue 66 · Cult of the Kitchen · April 2, 2013

We're serious daydreamers here at Gardenista. I try not to get mad at myself about it, even if I end up writing a post well after dinner or with the crowing roosters in the early morning (there are no roosters near my apartment in LA; that's a daydream). If you're like us, you daydream about the perfect garden shed. Put your fantasies to practical use— enter our Pinterest contest to win a Folding Potting Table ($399.95 from Williams-Sonoma Agrarian):

Create a pinboard that illustrates your dream shed—the ideal space you'd want to store gardening tools (we may even steal some ideas).

Here's how to enter:

  • Follow Gardenista on Pinterest.
  • Create a pinboard called "Visions of Gardening Sheds."
  • Pin at least 12 photos that capture the essence of an organized, well-stocked gardening shed or garage space. Include at least five images from Gardenista.
  • After you complete your pinboard, include the link in the comment section below by 8 pm, PST, Sunday April 7.
  • The Gardenista editors will choose one winner from among the qualifying entries.

For inspiration, visit our "Visions of Gardening Sheds" pinboard.

Gardenista Gardening Sheds in Sweden by Agnetta Enzell.

Above: A large gardening sink and ample work space in Sweden by Agnetta Enzell. Explore more gardening sinks.

Need more Garden Shed Images? See Architect Visit: Potting Shed by Cocoon.

Gardenista Pinterest Contest Garden Shed

Above: Tricia Foley's idyllic summer garage on Long Island proves that Michelle too has visions of garden sheds dancing in her head. Photo by Jeff McNamara.

Gardenista Nic Robertson Gardening Shed

Above: We've long admired Nic Robinson's clever idea of using a recycled wooden pallet to store various tools. Photograph by Nic Robinson via Flickr.

Gardenista Garden Shed Martha Stewart

Above: Vintage wine crates never cease to impress. We've been inspired to use them for small vegetable gardens, and now as impromptu garden shed cabinetry, via Martha Stewart.

Gardenista Williams Sonoma Prize Potting Bench

Above: The prize: The Folding Potting Table from Williams-Sonoma Agrarian ($399.95). A multipurpose piece fit for the organized gardener's space. Part work surface, part storage unit, and perhaps even part outdoor bar? Made of FSC-certified sustainable solid beech timber, the bench folds up for easy storage.

Looking for images to pin? See DIY: Tool Box for an Urban Gardener.

For more daydream fodder, go to our Garden Visits page.

Have an opinion? Care to comment? We'd love to hear what you have to say.