A lovely traditional shed nestled in the corner of this newly landscaped garden, backing onto woodland. Definitely looks as if it should be there.
Part summer house, part shed and part covered eating area, this lovely building sits next to beautiful countryside in Dorset. The synthetic slate matches perfectly with the house (also synthetic slate!)
This lovely shed is a pretty much exact copy of the first shed we made properly commercially. The owners have decked it out beautifully and it looks great. They very kindly sent me this photo of it in use, which is great, as we usually only see them before they've mellowed into their surroundings and been personalised.
Whilst it's idyllic most of the time, sheds by salt water take a real battering. This one has a durable synthetic slate roof, stainless steel fixings throughout and three coats of Thorndown paint. The robust construction found in all of our buildings seems to be holding it down in the strongest winds too!
When you strip a shed back to the basics, and it still looks right, you know you've got it right. It's actually one of my favourites.
Sat in the grounds of a Georgian country house, this lovely shed really does look the part, the featheredge timber fitting in well with the woodland, and the slate roof giving longevity in the shady, tree covered spot.
A compact, beautiful shed in an urban garden. We kitted the inside out with shelves meaning you can pack it full of bits and bobs
An absolutely beautiful shed in the corner of the most amazing garden, just back from the beach in a North Devon seaside town.
The plain timber on the corner posts and windows really go well with the otherwise black shed. Corrugated tin seems to be popular at the moment!
This shed was commissioned by an Australian now living in London. He went for a dark green, corrugated, plasticoated metal roof, to remind him of home. Turned out nicely we all thought.