Not only do our garden sheds look good, but the bespoke nature of them means are tailored to your exact needs.
The owner of this shed was able to choose, cladding material and colour, exact base size, roof pitch, height and material, size, style and position of windows (note the extra one in the gable) as well as the internal structure which allowed us to fit a mezzanine above the left hand window.
Exactly what they wanted for a cost that didn't break the bank.
As we all know, funding for virtually anything nowadays is in short supply, so when the local primary school received enough money to buy some new trikes and scooters, it seemed like a shame that they'd have been left outside, so we donated this store to keep them safe.
These two lovely sheds have been featured here before, and yesterday we fitted the cedar roofed logstore to join the two together. Manufactured in the workshop, accurate measuring and luck was involved. Many thanks to Nigel for turning my measurements into a reality, that fitted!
Interesting to see the cedar ageing process in action here, the shed rooves being lighter than the new log sore. Eventually they will all go grey.
A simple 3m x 2m tool shed for a kitchen garden, 2 large windows allow a view of the adjoining creek whilst using the potting bench. Lovely.
The last garden shed of 2023, delivered to Camden, in London, 3 metres x 2.4 metres it provides a lot of useful space.
Coincidentally, it is the same colour combination as the last shed of 2022, which was also delivered to London, both being painted in Torndown's Doormouse Grey, with a Cladco 0.7mm Anthracite roof. This one looks particularly good with Thorndown's Old Sage Green for the windows.
Revisted these two lovelies to measure up for a log store to join the two, the paving is now done and it all looks brilliant!
This lovely shed is based on one we did at the beginning of the year, a little larger but pretty similar otherwise. Not unlike a signal box from days gone by.
We delivered this smart garden shed to Hertfordshire, into the garden of a newly built house. The lovely olive green paint colour is matched to that of the house windows, using the same RAL number, and I have to say I think it looks great. The little shelf is for some flower pots.
This striking shed was delivered to a lovely family who farm just down the road from us.These customers reminded us that when the sheds leave us, it's just the start, the little buildings become more than just a few pieces of wood screwed together. The lady of the house is going to install her small wood burner turning this into her special place, for her quiet Christmas morning cup of coffee and an undoubtedly not so quiet space for her brand new grand daughter to spend time with her and the rest of the family.
This charming garden shed allows the owners a place to sit and rest, come rain or shine, under the cover of wriggly tin. Delivered to the garden of a beautiful Victorian Villa in Yorkshire, a lovely colour combination thanks to Thorndown Paints.