I like the name "closet" because it speaks to its diminutive stature, and when I told people I was building a shed for the backyard, the response was the same "where are you going to fit it?". There is plenty of space in any yard to put such a small structure.
As you can tell, it bears a resemblance to its big sibling- the style and colors were inspired by the greenhouse (below you can see the closet looming over its kin's shoulder). The closet also acts as a focal point, drawing you into the back yard, especially if you need a shovel.
I used some materials left over from building the greenhouse, but mainly I just wanted another project to build. Excepts for one quart of paint, all the materials were re-used and just and all were from Home Resource. Including the can of paint, it cost $135, although this is a fraction of what the materials would have cost new, to me the real benefit is using materials for this project that are recycled- in some cases many times.
For example, I built the greenhouse roof using metal roofing I got at Home Resource. When I bought the roofing it was used before I got it. After completing the greenhouse, I took my leftover roofing to Home Resource, and then when I started building the tool closet, I went back and purchased it again (I have a few scraps left and I'll bring it back there for hopefully the last time- for me)! Josh, the manager, laughed that there was probably no carbon left in that tin roof.