I know most people would have said to left the 2 sides off. BUT... I went ahead and put the sides up. I cut the Old boards off my old Horse fencing. Some pics of all of it together and others from when it had just the back on it.. I am only gonna store "Dry" Seasoned wood in it. I have 2 racks built and filled with mostly seasoned wood . 4 more "Rutland" Brackets are coming this morning (Wednesday Morn) The racks are 12' x 4.5' So each is a Half Cord. Will have 3 Cord in Racks and roughly 3 cord i the shed. I have almost 1,5 cord laying on the ground waiting for my racks.... I have barn out back 30x40 that I am gonna put a couple years worth into. (Barn can be seen in a pic) Since we got rid of the horses, we have nothing back there in our Barn. That and I am going to do a Little Experiment. I am going to leave one cord In my Barn and Leave One cord outside. To see which has a lower M/C after 2 YEARS. Will Hopefully start this in about a month (Will start another thread and revert back to it fairly often for updates). But my barn has fans in it for the Horses. They were large "Dayton" fans to keep the horses cool. I figured with the heat of the barn and the wind from the fans, I could season wood "Faster" in my Barn. That's the reason for the Experiment anyways. Here are my pics... Barn is in the Backyard. About 100 yards from house. Figure Its gonna be the best place to store the wood. Gonna try and get 4 years ahead or better this year. So it wont really matter if its indoors or out. P.S.- Burning pellets too. So 4 years for me is about 2-3 good years for everyone else. Only plan on burning around 3 cord a year. Hence the 3 cord woodshed. 3 cord in stacks. 6 cord in Barn.. Anyone store and "Season" there wood 100% Indoors?????