garden sheds

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I am slowly but surely trying to break my big Pinterest boards (gardens, exteriors, etc) into smaller categories that are easier to navigate.  It’s not an easy task, in fact it’s HORRIBLY not-user friendly, Pinterest.  Anyway, I noticed I had a lot of garden sheds in my stockpile of images so I thought I’d post a few here.

If you are a big garden nerd like me, you know how nice it would be to have a place to keep all your “stuff” in one organized place.  As opposed to the communal crawl space I use where I tend to just toss things in and run hoping a cat-sized spider or anaconda doesn’t appear from under the house to try and kill me before I can escape.

Hutker Architects via

photo by Daniella Witte

Furlow Gatewood as featured in Veranda

This little guy is by HSP Garden Sheds, which appears to be amazing.  Their buildings are made in Suffolk, England and are available for import.  I’m a sucker pretty much anytime someone uses the term bespoke to describe their product.

This little shed is decidedly not bespoke, but I love it the best out of this set of photos.  It would look great in my garden.  via

Better Homes & Gardens

Better Homes & Gardens

This “shed” borders on “garage” — and I am sure is larger than my tiny bungalow–but man you could get some serious gardening done out of it.  Maybe I’ll build one and live in it as well…two birds with one stone.  It belongs to Tricia Foley, as featured in Country Home.

I’m sure you’ve seen this great little building on Pinterest.  I could at the very least garden and put our design studio in here.  via Better Homes & Gardens

Do any of you have a garden shed?  I’d love if you’d share photos if you do…for the time being I can at least dream about one.  Until then it’s back to the crawl space with a helmet and a can of Raid for me…

PS, there’s more garden shed goodness on my Pinterest board…check it out [here]

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3 thoughts on “garden sheds

  1. Will probably never have one but would be oh so nice. Love the blog posts lately!!

  2. Terry says:

    A giant pine crushed ours in a storm. My father, raised around barns and sheds, made me cautious about “those snaky places” and debris piles near them. He didn’t have to tell me twice.

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