You wouldn’t recognize the place.
The photo on the left is what the interior of the Gardener’s Shed looked like early in the season. It was raw, dirty with gaps to the outdoors. Windows didn’t function. Pigeons called it home.
Rich Torkelson transformed the rundown, bare bones building into a beautiful shed. There is electricity now, outlets, two beautiful doors. One of which was made to match an antique door on one of the old Pitney barns. The attention to detail is outstanding. The craftsmanship is spectacular.
Come Spring, this little building will be ready for gardeners to use and will have counter space and storage for garden tools.
Thank you to all who had a hand in turning this worn and weary garage into the lovely space it is now. There was a lot of scraping, caulking, cleaning, painting, scrubbing, glazing, window fixing, repairs and more that went into this. And, it shows. Our shed is beautiful.