This logstore was created as part of the raised bed project, that I wrote about earlier. The client requested a similar design to one just down the road, and also that it could be easily dismantled.
The logstore was made out of pressure treated timber throughout. 3 x 3 for the legs and 3 x 2 for the rest of the frame. The roof was made out of a single piece of board, then covered in felt. A trim was added to tidy the edges up.
Galvanised mesh was used for the sides base and rear. This allows for a reduction in the amount of wood required and also reduces wood dropping down between the rails. The mesh on this occasion also allowed for a gap between the wood sides and the wood in the store. This is important for air flow around the stored wood. As the store was being put between a wall and a raised bed, the air flow around it is vital.
Trim pieces were added across the front, and up the legs. This covered all the leg joins, and made the front look a lot neater.