18 cotton quilt Garage and Shed Design Photos

Julie Ranee Photography
Shed Turned Guest Space
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grainery turned into a guest house. quilt, bed, rocker,
Quilt is interesting.
Bunkie with quilt...Antiques and quilts
“Ceiling” — katesc1
Julie Ranee Photography
Shed Turned Guest Space
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Yellow and teal, old chairs, table, rug, beadboard, quilt, stove, pottery
quilt rack
“Ceiling” — cathyejones
Alex Amend Photography
Treehouse
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“treehouse loft” — Vanessa Coursey
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a farm childhood, why not bring back the scent of the hay barn by tossing a bale or two in the backyard to use as summer seating? Covered with old quilts, hay bales make comfy bench seats.Tell us: Share a scent memory in the Comments.More: 9 Smells You Actually Want in Your Home
“Barn” — lsubulldawg
SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
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Farmhouse, Shelter Island
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Mosquito curtains. Cotton has been used to make lightweight cloth in areas with tropical climates for thousands of years; in fact, it is believed that the ancient Egyptians cultivated cotton and used it for this purpose.
Cotton mosquito netting
“simplicity” — Cheryl Trowbridge
Wheat's Landscape
Hume
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“Love love this” — jkshouses
Alex Amend Photography
Treehouse
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Treehouse. Lace and quilt a wonderful combo. Glampy.
Love the quilt and the lace at the window
lace tablecloth used as window covering and quilt laid over bed at angle
d duvet, vintage trunks, quilts and pillows add to the space's cozy ambience.
Simple, irregular shelving between the tree house studs creates storage space for games and books. A down-filled duvet, vintage trunks, quilts and pillows add to the space's
Simple, irregular shelving between the tree house studs creates storage space for games and books. A down-filled duvet, vintage trunks, quilts and pillows add to the space's cozy ambience. The Studebakers decided to build this treehouse when they moved to the property in 1994. But like many home projects
“Bed in treehouse” — dhames515
Alex Amend Photography
Treehouse
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pillow, chairpad out of old quilts
Treehouse Dollhouse - Cushions - Recycled plastic Bags as Quilt?
“Rail” — A.C.Miller, Inc.
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