Budget Garden Shed and Building Ideas and Designs

Nut Tree Studio
Nut Tree Studio
Kathryn Leeson-Kight KDLK Interior Design ConsultationKathryn Leeson-Kight KDLK Interior Design Consultation
This Art Studio was placed within the tight boundaries of setback lines. It faced North so the main light was captured on the north facing façade. In order to allow the Pecan tree to continue it's growth the exposed outriggers were designed around the branches.
Yoga Shed
Yoga Shed
Backyard BuildingsBackyard Buildings
Experts say yoga promotes a healthy mind and soul. Sometimes due to the lack of space inside our homes or the amount of distractions, achieving the perfect yoga session is difficult. That is where a yoga shed comes in. It's an relatively inexpensive building that can shelter you from rain and let plenty of light in on sunny days. All while providing a relaxing filter from the daily stresses of life.
A large greenhouse and separate potting shed
A large greenhouse and separate potting shed
HU-885247465HU-885247465
The client was looking to add to her garden with a custom made greenhouse and potting shed. Built and installed during February March 2018 the 'Beast from the East' snow hampered but didn't stop the project.
Bike Shed
Bike Shed
Cambridge CraftsmanCambridge Craftsman
Concealed sliding doors (Fir & cedar), Fir headers and rafters, T&G cedar siding, bluestone threshold and pathway.
The Old Rented Cottage
The Old Rented Cottage
Twinkle and WhistleTwinkle and Whistle
Heather Robbins of Red Images Fine Photography
The Armstrong - BFA0420
The Armstrong - BFA0420
Legacy Post & BeamLegacy Post & Beam
Post and beam gable workshop barn with two garage doors and open lean-to
Landscape around Shed
Landscape around Shed
UserUser
Perennial plants to update backyard shed. Created country feel with combination of hostas, daylilies, liriope, wisteria, oakleaf hydrangea and lamb's-ear. Small planting bed but with the use of this combination created depth, density and color for a design that provides foliage throughout the early spring until late fall.
Warlingham detached home
Warlingham detached home
Seasons in ColourSeasons in Colour
A rustic corner in the garden, with a bistro set painted in bright colours by Cuprinol Garden Shades. The scatter cushions feature a popular banana leaf pattern. Photo: Jenny Kakoudakis
Horse Stall Mats in Shed
Horse Stall Mats in Shed
GreatmatsGreatmats
"First time buyer of Greatmats, and very happy! I installed interlocking mats in several horse sheds and they went in very easily, fit together like a dream, and are providing great footing for my retired horses who live 24/7 in these sheds. We installed them ourselves, using a skid steer to prepare the ground, then gravel topped with stone dust. We leveled the footing and tamped it down, and then put some the mats. Perfect! I have previously used another brand of shed mats, but I like the smaller interlocking tabs on these. I'll buy more!" - Lynn https://www.greatmats.com/horse-stall-mats/stall-mats-4x6x34-center-black.php
A large greenhouse and separate potting shed
A large greenhouse and separate potting shed
HU-885247465HU-885247465
The site had been used as a spoil site whilst building work on the main house was undertaken. It was cleaned and rotovated before the concrete base and brick course was laid.
Garden Pavilion
Garden Pavilion
STUDIO GRILOSTUDIO GRILO
The rear garden of a nineteen century Victorian terraced house in Hackney was expectantly awaiting a fresh start. Previous renovation works and a rear addition to the main house had left the garden in a state of disrepair. This was home to an artist looking to expand their studio space outdoors and explore the garden as a living backdrop for work-in-progress artwork. The pavilion is flexible in its use as a studio, workshop and informal exhibition space within the garden setting. It sits in the corner to the west of the rear garden gate defining a winding path that delays the moment of arrival at the house. Our approach was to engage with the tradition of timber garden buildings and explore the connections between the various elements that compose the garden to create a new harmonious whole - landscape, vegetation, fences. A generous northeast facing picture window allows for a soft and uniform light to bathe the pavilion’s interior space. It frames the landscape it sits within as well as the repetition of the brick terrace and its butterfly roofs. The vertical Siberian larch panels articulate the different components at play by cladding the pavilion, offering a backdrop to the pyracantha tree and providing a new face to the existing party fence. This continuous gesture accommodates the pavilion openings and a new planter, setting a datum on which the roof sits. The latter is expressed through an aluminium fascia and a fine protrusion that harmonizes the sense of height throughout. The elemental character of the garden is emphasized by the minimal palette of materials which are applied respectfully to their natural appearance. As it ages the pavilion is absorbed back into the density of the growing garden.
Small contemporary wildlife garden
Small contemporary wildlife garden
Ruth Bridgeman Garden DesignRuth Bridgeman Garden Design
The shed is a workshop used daily by the owner, it was reinsulated with new glazing and a green roof added to help it blend into the background and improve the view from the upstairs. The planting will establish and mask it further and the cherry trees provide welcome screening from the weather.
Garden Room Refurbishment -Wallington, Surrey
Garden Room Refurbishment -Wallington, Surrey
Cableflor LtdCableflor Ltd
Install our unique underfloor heating kit in three easy steps: - stick down the heating cable in rows 10cm apart - lay the Cableflor tiles on top, no concrete screed req'd - cover with our floor vinyl planks

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