Cedar shed door

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Submitted by Ana White on Mon, 04/01/2019 - 21:58

Difficulty

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Build your own cedar shed to store lawn mowers, tools, trash cans, or just extra things.  We love that it's like an outdoor closet.

This cedar shed plan uses fence pickets - so it's much less expensive.  The simple design can be built by most anyone.  Step by step plans with diagrams and shopping and cut list from Ana-White.com

When I first started building projects, I didn't care if I worked in the gravel driveway on a cold day. I didn't care if I had a little spot behind the boat, on the floor in the garage to work. I was so crazy about building, I found a way around anything to work on a project.

But over the years, slowly, tool by tool, I've been working up to a dedicated work space. And boy is it nice.

It's kind of like having a sewing table. Or a potting bench for gardening. Or even a dedicated spot to make coffee in your kitchen. When you do something on a regular basis, it sure makes life easier to have a dedicated work station for it! 

So when my friend Gina from Lady Goats wrote me saying, Help, Ana, I'm building in the rocks and dirt! I had to work with her to come up with a solution.

I hope this solution we came up with works for many of you too!

small storage sheds

How much does this cedar shed cost to build?

Gina sent me a link to a cedar shed with a retail price of $1600.  Okay, that's more than the tools inside! 

She wanted to use cedar, and I thought, what cheaper solution than cedar fence pickets for siding?  At a couple of bucks each, Gina was able to make this shed for $255!  And it's cedar!

inside small storage sheds

Gina is going to add a few fun things to the inside - like a miter saw cabinet and some door shelves, so stay tuned as we turn this shed into a workshop!

And here's a few notes from Gina:

  • I found it saved about $15-$20 to use this set of hinges & latch, instead of buying them individually. You'll end up with two extra latches, but I'm sure they'll come in handy elsewhere!
  • Every minute I spent on this was timed, and the entire build took almost 8 1/2 hours (including roofing, excluding finishing). So this could definitely be a weekend project! - All of the components, unassembled, take up about 12" of space! Maybe this info will come in handy for some of you! I would have definitely pre-built everything and assembled it after I got my HOA's approval if I'd have known!
  • This was my first roofing project, and this product made it SO EASY. They have videos on their website that explain everything. - The paneled doors were kind of tough to get tight. Use a pipe clamp! If you don't have one, nail one corner of an end board and squeeze the boards together while someone else nails all of 'em.
  • The roof allows you to put the shed about 8" away from a structure (meaning there's an 8" gap between the shed and other structure). If you want to lessen that gap, you'll have to resize the roof.

For lots more photos and tips, please check out Gina's blog post here.

Cedar Storage Shed Plans

This shed plan can be built in panels first and then assembled on site -

cedar shed panels

The free step-by-step plans follow.  Thanks for using our plans.  

Pin For Later! 

Small Cedar Shed

Dimensions

small shed dimensions

Dimensions are shown above.

General Instructions

Please read through the entire plan and all comments before beginning this project. It is also advisable to review the Getting Started Section. Take all necessary precautions to build safely and smartly. Work on a clean level surface, free of imperfections or debris. Always use straight boards. Check for square after each step. Always predrill holes before attaching with screws. Use glue with finish nails for a stronger hold. Wipe excess glue off bare wood for stained projects, as dried glue will not take stain. Be safe, have fun, and ask for help if you need it. Good luck!

Instructions

Step 1

Frame you your back walls. You can use the Kreg Jig or 2 1/2" screws here.

Step 2

Starting at the bottom and working upward, attach the cedar fence pickets, overlapping 1/2" as you go up. Screw or nail and glue on.

Step 3

Frame side walls as shown in diagram as you did the back wall. You will need two side walls.

Step 4

And add the cedar siding to back wall as shown in diagram. Do not forget that the sides need to be done in mirror!

Step 5

Build the side walls and attach cedar fence pickets to the side wall.

Step 6

Once your side walls are complete, you can attach back walls. Use 2 1/2" screws or brackets for easy disassembly.

Step 7

Add header to front of shed. Take a minute here to make sure your project is square. The door area especially needs to be square.

Step 8

Frame up roof as shown above.

Step 9

And attach roof to top of storage shed.

Step 10

Add plywood and roofing to top of shed.

Step 11

Frame doors up with pocket holes. Build doors to fit your openings. I like to leave 1/8" gaps.

Step 12

Attach cedar fence pickets to back of doors.

Step 13

And then install doors to shed.

Step 14

I love how Gina added the stop block to keep doors closed. Isn't this shed beautiful!

Step 15

Don't forget the pretty hardware!

Preparation Instructions

Fill all holes with wood filler and let dry. Apply additional coats of wood filler as needed. When wood filler is completely dry, sand the project in the direction of the wood grain with 120 grit sandpaper. Vacuum sanded project to remove sanding residue. Remove all sanding residue on work surfaces as well. Wipe project clean with damp cloth.

It is always recommended to apply a test coat on a hidden area or scrap piece to ensure color evenness and adhesion. Use primer or wood conditioner as needed.

Sours: https://www.ana-white.com/woodworking-projects/small-cedar-shed
DimensionsPalmwood, Hyland2050 x 1840 x 1900 mm (Front x Side x Height)
The annex is an awning off either side of the shed.Oxford2050 x 2740 x 1900 mm (Front x Side x Height)
The annex is an awning off either side of the shed.Glendale2050 x 2440 x 1900 mm (Front x Side x Height)
The annex is an awning off either side of the shed.Hazel2050 x 2740 x 1900 mm (Front x Side x Height)
The annex is an awning off the front or back of the shed.Master2050 x 3640 x 1900 mm (Front x Side x Height)
The annex is an awning off either side of the shed.Maple, Willow2050 x 3640 x 1900 mm (Front x Side x Height)
The annex is an awning off the front or back of the shed.Chatswood2050 x 4840 x 1900 mm (Front x Side x Height)
The annex is an awning off either side of the shed.Hollydean2050 x 4840 x 1900 mm (Front x Side x Height)
The annex is an awning off the front or back of the shed.
Sours: https://www.stilla.com.au/stilla/shed-double-doors/
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Submitted by Ana White on Mon, 04/01/2019 - 21:58

Difficulty

Intermediate

|Print this plan

Build your own cedar shed to store lawn mowers, tools, trash cans, or just extra things.  We love that it's like an outdoor closet.

This cedar shed plan uses fence pickets - so it's much less expensive.  The simple design can be built by most anyone.  Step by step plans with diagrams and shopping and cut list from Ana-White.com

When I first started building projects, I didn't care if I worked in the gravel driveway on a cold day. I didn't care if I had a little spot behind the boat, on the floor in the garage to work. I was so crazy about building, I found a way around anything to work on a project.

But over the years, slowly, tool by tool, I've been working up to a dedicated work space. And boy is it nice.

It's kind of like having a sewing table. Or a potting bench for gardening. Or even a dedicated spot to make coffee in your kitchen. When you do something on a regular basis, it sure makes life easier to have a dedicated work station for it! 

So when my friend Gina from Lady Goats wrote me saying, Help, Ana, I'm building in the rocks and dirt! I had to work with her to come up with a solution.

I hope this solution we came up with works for many of you too!

small storage sheds

How much does this cedar shed cost to build?

Gina sent me a link to a cedar shed with a retail price of $1600.  Okay, that's more than the tools inside! 

She wanted to use cedar, and I thought, what cheaper solution than cedar fence pickets for siding?  At a couple of bucks each, Gina was able to make this shed for $255!  And it's cedar!

inside small storage sheds

Gina is going to add a few fun things to the inside - like a miter saw cabinet and some door shelves, so stay tuned as we turn this shed into a workshop!

And here's a few notes from Gina:

  • I found it saved about $15-$20 to use this set of hinges & latch, instead of buying them individually. You'll end up with two extra latches, but I'm sure they'll come in handy elsewhere!
  • Every minute I spent on this was timed, and the entire build took almost 8 1/2 hours (including roofing, excluding finishing). So this could definitely be a weekend project! - All of the components, unassembled, take up about 12" of space! Maybe this info will come in handy for some of you! I would have definitely pre-built everything and assembled it after I got my HOA's approval if I'd have known!
  • This was my first roofing project, and this product made it SO EASY. They have videos on their website that explain everything. - The paneled doors were kind of tough to get tight. Use a pipe clamp! If you don't have one, nail one corner of an end board and squeeze the boards together while someone else nails all of 'em.
  • The roof allows you to put the shed about 8" away from a structure (meaning there's an 8" gap between the shed and other structure). If you want to lessen that gap, you'll have to resize the roof.

For lots more photos and tips, please check out Gina's blog post here.

Cedar Storage Shed Plans

This shed plan can be built in panels first and then assembled on site -

cedar shed panels

The free step-by-step plans follow.  Thanks for using our plans.  

Pin For Later! 

Small Cedar Shed

Dimensions

small shed dimensions

Dimensions are shown above.

General Instructions

Please read through the entire plan and all comments before beginning this project. It is also advisable to review the Getting Started Section. Take all necessary precautions to build safely and smartly. Work on a clean level surface, free of imperfections or debris. Always use straight boards. Check for square after each step. Always predrill holes before attaching with screws. Use glue with finish nails for a stronger hold. Wipe excess glue off bare wood for stained projects, as dried glue will not take stain. Be safe, have fun, and ask for help if you need it. Good luck!

Instructions

Step 1

Frame you your back walls. You can use the Kreg Jig or 2 1/2" screws here.

Step 2

Starting at the bottom and working upward, attach the cedar fence pickets, overlapping 1/2" as you go up. Screw or nail and glue on.

Step 3

Frame side walls as shown in diagram as you did the back wall. You will need two side walls.

Step 4

And add the cedar siding to back wall as shown in diagram. Do not forget that the sides need to be done in mirror!

Step 5

Build the side walls and attach cedar fence pickets to the side wall.

Step 6

Once your side walls are complete, you can attach back walls. Use 2 1/2" screws or brackets for easy disassembly.

Step 7

Add header to front of shed. Take a minute here to make sure your project is square. The door area especially needs to be square.

Step 8

Frame up roof as shown above.

Step 9

And attach roof to top of storage shed.

Step 10

Add plywood and roofing to top of shed.

Step 11

Frame doors up with pocket holes. Build doors to fit your openings. I like to leave 1/8" gaps.

Step 12

Attach cedar fence pickets to back of doors.

Step 13

And then install doors to shed.

Step 14

I love how Gina added the stop block to keep doors closed. Isn't this shed beautiful!

Step 15

Don't forget the pretty hardware!

Preparation Instructions

Fill all holes with wood filler and let dry. Apply additional coats of wood filler as needed. When wood filler is completely dry, sand the project in the direction of the wood grain with 120 grit sandpaper. Vacuum sanded project to remove sanding residue. Remove all sanding residue on work surfaces as well. Wipe project clean with damp cloth.

It is always recommended to apply a test coat on a hidden area or scrap piece to ensure color evenness and adhesion. Use primer or wood conditioner as needed.

Sours: https://ana-white.com/woodworking-projects/small-cedar-shed
Cedar Shed Doors

Cedarshed 4 Foot Double Door

FREE SHIPPING!

It is easy to customize your shed.  Upgrade your Dutch Door or add an additional 4 foot Double Door giving you better access.

SKU: N/ACategories: Cedarshed Accessories•Doors•Double Doors

Cedarshed 4 Foot Double Door

UPGRADE your DUTCH DOOR or add an ADDITIONAL door by customizing your shed with a larger Cedarshed 4 Foot Double Door for easier access and added ventilation.Each Cedarshed model comes in 3 ft. and 4 ft. panel sections that you put together to build your shed. This Double Door fits on any of the 4 ft. panels that make up your shed.

Note: Double Doors use 2 wall panels each

***Double Door must be ordered at the time of your shed.***

Cedarshed 4 Foot Double Door Features:

  • 4 ft. wide panels
  • 4 foot doors are for 8 ft. x 10 ft., 10 ft. x 8 ft., 8 ft. x 12 ft., 12 ft. x 8 ft., 8 ft. x 16 ft., 16 ft. x 8 ft. Cedarshed models

Guaranteed lowest price. We will not be undersold. Call us to match any other price you find.

Sours: https://www.bettersheds.com/product/cedarshed-4-foot-double-door/

Door cedar shed

Cedarshed 4 Foot Solid Cedar Door

FREE SHIPPING!

It is easy to customize your shed.  Upgrade your Dutch Door or add an additional 4 Foot Solid Cedar Door.

SKU: N/ACategories: Cedarshed Accessories•Doors•Solid Cedar Door

Cedarshed 4 Foot Solid Cedar Door

UPGRADE your DUTCH DOOR or add an ADDITIONAL door by customizing your shed with a larger Cedarshed 4 Solid Cedar Door.Each Cedarshed model comes in 3 ft. and 4 ft. panel sections that you put together to build your shed. This Solid Cedar Door fits on any of the 4 ft. panels that make up your shed.

***Door must be ordered at the time of your shed.***

Cedarshed 4 Foot Solid Cedar Door Features:

  • 4 ft. panels
  • 4 ft. door is for  for 8 ft. x 10 ft., 10 ft. x 8 ft., 8 ft. x 12 ft., 12 ft. x 8 ft., 8 ft. x 16 ft., 16 ft. x 8 ft. Cedarshed models

Guaranteed lowest price. We will not be undersold. Call us to match any other price you find.

Sours: https://www.bettersheds.com/product/cedarshed-4-foot-solid-cedar-door/
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