Friday Fun: Garden Sheds

The cold may have descended over our part of France. But with all the beautiful autumnal colours to inspire you, what better place to spend your day than in your very own garden shed, far away from the hubble-bubble of life in the main house? (No, I don’t have one. Yes, I would like one. With heating, preferably.)

The Rolls Royce of garden sheds, from Gardenista.com
The Rolls Royce of garden sheds, from Gardenista.com
The achingly cool. Serge Schoemaker Architects.
The achingly cool. Serge Schoemaker Architects.
The Hyggelig (Danish for 'cosy'), from boligmagasinet.dk
The Hyggelig (Danish for ‘cosy’), from boligmagasinet.dk
The Ecological Pod. From TinyHouseTalk.com
The Ecological Pod. From TinyHouseTalk.com
The unbearably cute, from tinyhousedesign.com
The unbearably cute, from tinyhousedesign.com
The spiritual retreat. From Salvagejetsongreen.com
The spiritual retreat. From Salvagejetsongreen.com
The Californian extravaganza, from Architectural Digest.
The Californian extravaganza, from Architectural Digest.
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21 thoughts on “Friday Fun: Garden Sheds”

  1. The Danish one is beautiful, though the weather surrounding the Californian one would make up for other defects….

    1. Exactly – that’s why I keep dreaming of sheds at a safe (shout-proof) distance from the house. Also a bonus, as you say: the lack of clutter and villainous Lego attacks.

    1. Great choice! I actually know that one. In the UK I live not that far from Great Missenden, where Roald Dahl and his family lived, and we’ve been there a couple of times, visiting his house, museum and hut. I think every writer needs a shed (at least in their imagination).

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