Wednesday, September 11, 2013

One ritzy little junk shed - Ritzy Rust


Now this is one little ritzy junk shed.. adorable! By Ritzy Rust, featured on I Love That Junk

I kinda have a thing for junky sheds. And here's one ritzy little junk shed you do not want to miss out on!


Kathy wanted a garden shed for... oh, 15 years or so. But it wasn't until her husband's family sold their farm, that her dream really heated up. Kathy was able get ahold of a fair bit of barn wood... which fired up the build.

Now this is one little ritzy junk shed.. adorable! By Ritzy Rust, featured on I Love That Junk


From there, pretty much everything was either given to her or found for this build. 

The front windows came from a neighbourhood recycle station they fondly call KMart.

The side windows came from her son's house when renovating.

The red steel roof was from a scratch and dent pile at a salvage yard.

The AMAZING window above the porch was from a friend that knew Kathy would put to excellent use. She was right.

And on the list grows.


Now this is one little ritzy junk shed.. adorable! By Ritzy Rust, featured on I Love That Junk

While it use to be a garden shed, it's now deemed The Happy Shack and has become Kathy's salvaged sign business utilizing rusty tools and such. Now that's my kinda sign!

Why I LOVE this:

Kathy turned nothing into something. But she pushed her dream a step further, and created a business out of something she loved. I am so high fivin' you, girl! You have greatly inspired me to do the same in my own back yard!


You can find Kathy's amazingness on her Facebook Page Ritzy Rust.

Her project first appeared on the Your Funky Junk HERE.


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1 comment :

  1. I would love to have this as my working shed. But I'd need it to be about 5 times bigger for all my junk and parts I use! Great design Kathy!!!!

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