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Look no further, we've picked the best garden shed companies.
A garden shed with the practical qualities of storage but the visual appeal of a summerhouse needs a bit of extra thought. The bigger the windows, the more the clutter will be on display but the smaller the windows the less attractive the structure can look. We’ve picked some of the best designs that are sure to suit budgets and tastes.
The Posh Shed Company, theposhshedcompany.co.uk, has beautiful painted huts with a choice of patterns, window size, and the option of cedar tiled roofs. The Gothic shed in its standard size of H190xW129cm is priced from £2,800, and is sure to be the talking point of your garden.
The Sun Ray, from £5,800, at Scotts of Thrapston, scottsofthrapston.co.uk, is a larger garden room at H220xW340cm, and the company can make it bigger still and fit less windows at the sides if you ask them. This shed is a great choice for those who’d like to work from home or for those in need of a private oasis.
At Garden Affairs, gardenaffairs.co.uk, the Pioneer 3 with extending canopy and limited triangular glazing in its unusual door pattern has ample storage and is aesthetically pleasing. Priced from £2,152, and options include different styles of door, windows and roof tiles.
The National Trust range at Crane Garden Buildings, cranegardenbuildings.co.uk, includes the classic Ickworth. A good compromise between summerhouse and shed for those that don’t want to compromise of style or space, it comes in six colours and four sizes starting from £4,195 for the H180xW240cm shed.