Shed Turned Guest SpaceShabby-chic Style Shed, Columbus
Julie Ranee Photography © 2012 Houzz
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What makes it cozy? Quilt, antiques, it’s in a shed.“I’m so mad! You’ll be sorry! I’m running away from home!” screeches the second-grader. He throws some Chex mix, a chocolate milk and his favorite Lego set into his backpack and storms out the back door. As his bemused parents peek out the window, they see him pause in front of the garden shed they outfitted for guests. “Well, I want to run away, but I’d better stay near here, because Barnaby will miss me too much,” he thinks to himself as he ponders his beloved goldendoodle. “I can pet him out here and he won’t tell my secret, and if I lie on this bed, they won’t be able to see me through the window.” Tuckered out by the tantrum, he’s asleep within minutes.
Emma bought the three-quarter-size antique bed for 50 cents at an auction. The size, between twin and full, is common for an antique bed.