Two beautiful garden sheds with the ever popular cedar roof. These are the first sheds we have stained rather than painted, I like the look, I'm sure we will be doing it again.
Sat behind a picket fence, this shed looks right at home, the garden is going to be for vegetables, it put me in mind of Peter Rabbit!
A beautiful 3m x 2.5m garden shed, one of two the customer has ordered, it's going to look beautiful
Sadly the quality of the photo doesn't do this one justice, the sun was looking straight at the camera! Anyway, this shed has an internal partition and, therefore, two rooms. The unpainted timber will all weather to the same colour, and hopefully Dermot and his wife will create all kinds of things within it.
A few weeks after we installed this lovely shed I went back to see how the roof had changed. Cor-ten is a type of metal that forms a protective "rust" barrier on itself in time. As can be seen, it's now fully rusty and looking great.
Here's something a little different to our more usual sheds. An open fronted shelter for a very smart campsite, with a small canopy on the side to shelter the BBQ under in case of rain. There was no rain in sight when we put this one up, and we were very glad of the shade!
This lovely garden shed found it's way to Suffolk where it'll house garden tools and logs. Hopefully one of our feathered friends will move into the bird box!
Snuggled precisely between two Devon cottages, this bespoke garden shed solves a multitude of issues. First and most obviously is storage, plentiful shelves hold a surprising amount of kit. Secondly, behind the shed is a garage, a bit of a mish mash of materials, the shed blocks the view and gives a pleasing courtyard appearance. Least obvious is the right of way the neighbour enjoys over the customer's garden. We split the shed, the main part being traditionally enclosed with 4 walls, the remainder being a covered way, allowing dry storage for the bicycle, and a dry passage for the neighbour should it ever be required.