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BHG.com Home Improvement Outdoor Structures Sheds & Playhouses A Gallery of Garden Shed Ideas Add storage to your garden with personalized style. Our gallery of garden shed ideas shows you how. Denny Schrock Facebook Pinterest Twitter Google Plus Email Print More Prev View all Next × Prev View all Next Prev View all Next Popular In Sheds & Playhouses Storage Secrets for Your Garden Shed Perfect backyard playhouses Potting Sheds and Greenhouses 12 Garden Shed Plans Everything In This Slideshow 1 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Our Favorite Garden Sheds An attention-grabbing garden shed does more than declutter your garden. It can create a comfortable work space, provide a backdrop for prized plants, or deliver a destination where you can relax and entertain friends. Read on for ideas about how to select, site, landscape, and use garden sheds with style. Thanks to Summerwood for providing this beautiful shed. See more shed ideas here! Get great organization tips for your shed. 2 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Salvaged Style Shed Salvaged windows and barn-board siding give a garden shed instant character. Thoughtful details, like the vintage window trim on the exterior and the cupola perched on the roof, transform what could be a basic storage shed into an inspiring garden-side retreat. 3 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Go for Glass This all-glass greenhouse doubles as a storage area in colder months. 4 of 24 Facebook Pinterest A Touch of Home This large shed looks like anything but a storage unit. Its copper roof, welcoming porch, and colorful bench make it a true extension of the home. 5 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Cottage Charm This tool shed matches its exuberant cottage garden surroundings. Architectural details such as the scalloped fascia, clapboard siding, window boxes, windows with lace curtains, and weather vane make it the perfect focal point for the garden. 6 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Cottage Garden Style Start your own cottage garden off right with these tips for choosing the best designs and plants for your space. 7 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Work Every Angle Look for ways to incorporate your shed into your landscape. Here, a steeply pitched roofline on a simple garden shed echoes the angles found in the triangular raised beds and birdhouse. Even the picket fence behind the Adirondack chairs carries the theme through with pointed peaks. 8 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Breeze Right Through A flagstone path leads through this potting shed, making for easy access to the tools stored on the wall. Peeling paint and wide-plank construction provide rustic charm. 9 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Overarching Antiquity Gothic arched windows add to the antique feel of this garden shed. Stamped-metal roofing and hanging planters on the fence repeat the arched shape. A row of boxwoods brings order and definition to the entry garden. 10 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Materials for Raised Garden Beds Here’s an overview of the most common materials for building raised garden beds. 11 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Rustic Retreat Peeled hemlock porch columns, random-width pine siding, and a durable metal roof turn this shed into a rustic retreat. The shed rests on a concrete block foundation surrounded by stacks of stones, giving the building a sense of permanence and providing an attractive way to level the shed and disguise the change in slope. 12 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Hillside Haven The porch and entry door of this garden shed face downhill, providing a commanding view of the garden. Lattice surrounding the base of the porch offers a handsome backdrop for plantings. 13 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Tudor Traditions A steep faux-slate roof and king post porch gable lend Tudor style to this potting shed. Oversize metal false door hinges are in keeping with the shed’s Tudor references. A bench adds intimacy to the front porch. 14 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Carefree Cottage Style A playful profusion of flowers, whimsical sculptures, and found objects set the tone for a practical but lighthearted approach to gardening. An ample storage shed with a sun-drenched potting-shed annex makes maintaining the garden a snap. 15 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Go Green Join the green roof craze by growing sedum and other succulents on top of your garden shed. The succulents keep the shed cooler, soak up rainwater, and brighten the garden with their colorful foliage and blooms. 16 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Fanciful Frills Detailed scrollwork on the porch of this playhouse potting shed brings a playful touch to the structure. Heart-shape cutouts in the shutters, a Dutch door with lace curtains, and a white wicker chair complement the casual country look. 17 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Two-Story Studio Add drama to your potting shed by extending it upward. A second story dormer window infuses this shed with natural sunlight. Dentil detailing at the eave line and doorway impart a touch of elegance, as do the checkerboard tile floor and topiary planters flanking the doorway. 18 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Make a Grand Entrance A wide entry door, with sidelights and an arched top window, creates an elegant, welcoming approach to this garden house. A sturdy brick walkway leads from the millstone fountain in front to the doorway. 19 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Farmstead Formal This courtly glass-walled potting shed was designed to complement the Victorian farmhouse on the property. Antique paving bricks, a wrought-iron fence, and sweeping planting beds anchor the shed in the expansive landscape. 20 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Step Up to Luxury Cedar-shake siding and shingles adorn this elegant garden shed getaway. Decorative white trim, mortared stone steps, and a curved metal handrail enhance the appeal of this destination structure perched atop a matching retaining wall. 21 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Quick and Easy Kit Construct a cute garden shed in a weekend with a kit. Prefab wall panels go up quickly, and doors and windows slip into precut openings. Dress it up with hanging baskets suspended from beams and window boxes overflowing with flowers. 22 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Country Flavors Give your garden shed country appeal. Barn-board siding, cedar-shake shingles, and rustic wooden trellises set the tone. A sunny stoop provides the perfect place to grow herbs and tomatoes in pots. 23 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Open-Air Enclosure Latticework and sturdy beams provide screening and a sense of enclosure for this potting shed. But they also allow breezes to flow through, and they let the homeowner keep an eye on the garden while working at the potting bench. Saloon-style doors swing open for easy access. 24 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Next Slideshow Storage Secrets for Your Garden Shed Storage Secrets for Your Garden Shed Keep all your tools easy to find and displayed with style using our guide to organizing your storage shed. Begin Slideshow » Related Perfect backyard playhouses Potting Sheds and Greenhouses 12 Garden Shed Plansgarden shed designs 1Prev View all Next × Prev View all Next Prev View all Next Popular In Sheds & Playhouses Storage Secrets for Your Garden Shed Perfect backyard playhouses Potting Sheds and Greenhouses 12 Garden Shed Plans Everything In This Slideshow 1 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Our Favorite Garden Sheds An attention-grabbing garden shed does more than declutter your garden. It can create a comfortable work space, provide a backdrop for prized plants, or deliver a destination where you can relax and entertain friends. Read on for ideas about how to select, site, landscape, and use garden sheds with style. Thanks to Summerwood for providing this beautiful shed. See more shed ideas here! Get great organization tips for your shed. 2 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Salvaged Style Shed Salvaged windows and barn-board siding give a garden shed instant character. Thoughtful details, like the vintage window trim on the exterior and the cupola perched on the roof, transform what could be a basic storage shed into an inspiring garden-side retreat. 3 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Go for Glass This all-glass greenhouse doubles as a storage area in colder months. 4 of 24 Facebook Pinterest A Touch of Home This large shed looks like anything but a storage unit. Its copper roof, welcoming porch, and colorful bench make it a true extension of the home. 5 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Cottage Charm This tool shed matches its exuberant cottage garden surroundings. Architectural details such as the scalloped fascia, clapboard siding, window boxes, windows with lace curtains, and weather vane make it the perfect focal point for the garden. 6 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Cottage Garden Style Start your own cottage garden off right with these tips for choosing the best designs and plants for your space. 7 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Work Every Angle Look for ways to incorporate your shed into your landscape. Here, a steeply pitched roofline on a simple garden shed echoes the angles found in the triangular raised beds and birdhouse. Even the picket fence behind the Adirondack chairs carries the theme through with pointed peaks. 8 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Breeze Right Through A flagstone path leads through this potting shed, making for easy access to the tools stored on the wall. Peeling paint and wide-plank construction provide rustic charm. 9 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Overarching Antiquity Gothic arched windows add to the antique feel of this garden shed. Stamped-metal roofing and hanging planters on the fence repeat the arched shape. A row of boxwoods brings order and definition to the entry garden. 10 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Materials for Raised Garden Beds Here’s an overview of the most common materials for building raised garden beds. 11 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Rustic Retreat Peeled hemlock porch columns, random-width pine siding, and a durable metal roof turn this shed into a rustic retreat. The shed rests on a concrete block foundation surrounded by stacks of stones, giving the building a sense of permanence and providing an attractive way to level the shed and disguise the change in slope. 12 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Hillside Haven The porch and entry door of this garden shed face downhill, providing a commanding view of the garden. Lattice surrounding the base of the porch offers a handsome backdrop for plantings. 13 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Tudor Traditions A steep faux-slate roof and king post porch gable lend Tudor style to this potting shed. Oversize metal false door hinges are in keeping with the shed’s Tudor references. A bench adds intimacy to the front porch. 14 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Carefree Cottage Style A playful profusion of flowers, whimsical sculptures, and found objects set the tone for a practical but lighthearted approach to gardening. An ample storage shed with a sun-drenched potting-shed annex makes maintaining the garden a snap. 15 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Go Green Join the green roof craze by growing sedum and other succulents on top of your garden shed. The succulents keep the shed cooler, soak up rainwater, and brighten the garden with their colorful foliage and blooms. 16 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Fanciful Frills Detailed scrollwork on the porch of this playhouse potting shed brings a playful touch to the structure. Heart-shape cutouts in the shutters, a Dutch door with lace curtains, and a white wicker chair complement the casual country look. 17 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Two-Story Studio Add drama to your potting shed by extending it upward. A second story dormer window infuses this shed with natural sunlight. Dentil detailing at the eave line and doorway impart a touch of elegance, as do the checkerboard tile floor and topiary planters flanking the doorway. 18 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Make a Grand Entrance A wide entry door, with sidelights and an arched top window, creates an elegant, welcoming approach to this garden house. A sturdy brick walkway leads from the millstone fountain in front to the doorway. 19 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Farmstead Formal This courtly glass-walled potting shed was designed to complement the Victorian farmhouse on the property. Antique paving bricks, a wrought-iron fence, and sweeping planting beds anchor the shed in the expansive landscape. 20 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Step Up to Luxury Cedar-shake siding and shingles adorn this elegant garden shed getaway. Decorative white trim, mortared stone steps, and a curved metal handrail enhance the appeal of this destination structure perched atop a matching retaining wall. 21 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Quick and Easy Kit Construct a cute garden shed in a weekend with a kit. Prefab wall panels go up quickly, and doors and windows slip into precut openings. Dress it up with hanging baskets suspended from beams and window boxes overflowing with flowers. 22 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Country Flavors Give your garden shed country appeal. Barn-board siding, cedar-shake shingles, and rustic wooden trellises set the tone. A sunny stoop provides the perfect place to grow herbs and tomatoes in pots. 23 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Open-Air Enclosure Latticework and sturdy beams provide screening and a sense of enclosure for this potting shed. But they also allow breezes to flow through, and they let the homeowner keep an eye on the garden while working at the potting bench. Saloon-style doors swing open for easy access. 24 of 24 Facebook Pinterest Next Slideshow Storage Secrets for Your Garden Shed Storage Secrets for Your Garden Shed Keep all your tools easy to find and displayed with style using our guide to organizing your storage shed. Begin Slideshow » Related Perfect backyard playhouses Potting Sheds and Greenhouses 12 Garden Shed Plans

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