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The Potting Shed is how a shed should look. It has a steep pitched roof with a generous overhang which, along with the small pane windows gives it a traditional look which will blend into any garden.

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mtnlife615 wrote:Mar 1, 2017
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    The Playhouse Company

    They are built using a unique triple wall construction developed by
    us and not available from any other shed manufacturer. The initial
    structure for the walls comes from a frame work, this is built using
    good quality 38mm x 50mm redwood timber fully finished with
    rounded corners and a smooth surface. The framework is screwed
    together, rather than being nailed, this gives additional strength to
    the shed. Redwood timber is used for its superior strength and
    quality of finish over the more often used white wood. The overall floor size if 6ft3in long by 4ft3inch wide, we normally allow 6inches for the over hang. for more details please see the website link and the product specification https://www.theposhshedcompany.co.uk/posh-sheds/product/potting-shed 

Micheline Gagné wrote:May 22, 2016
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    The Posh Shed Company

    Of course! If you give us a call on 01544 387101 we will be happy to talk you through all of the options :-)

bsa11 wrote:Jul 6, 2015
Marisa Melillo-Spitznagel wrote:Jun 27, 2015

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laurendunec
Lauren Dunec Design added this to Pick Your Favorite: Sheds for Every Kind of GardenJul 12, 2017

1. Classic. For most traditional and cottage-style gardens, it’s hard to beat a classic chocolate-box garden shed with wood siding and a shingle roof. If you’re going for a custom-made shed, select the pitch of the roof and gable details to match the home. Paint the shed the same color as the house, or get a hit of color in the garden by painting the shed a bright hue or adding a colorful bench outside. Details such as a Dutch door and potted plants surrounding the entrance make the shed all the more charming.

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Revive Your Space added this to How to Pare Down and Organize Before a Home RemodelFeb 22, 2017

Don’t Forget the OutsideIf your project involves some external work, do that outside decluttering you’ve been putting off. Clear away all those items you’ve left outside to deal with in the future, as the future has now arrived! Rent a dumpster or a van and get rid of your accumulated junk. If it’s not junk, add to your project budget by selling your unwanted possessions.

laurendunec
Lauren Dunec Design added this to Help Your Garden Hit the Mark With These 12 Focal PointsJan 23, 2017

8. Cottage garden shed. It’s easy and cost-effective to turn existing structures into intentional focal points. If you already have a garden shed, consider updating it with a fresh coat of paint and a few potted containers on both sides of the door. For new sheds, think about their placement. Instead of hiding the structure in the back corner of the garden, make it the focal point of the side garden to bring attention to a less-used area.See 8 garden sheds that go above and beyond

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Egon Walesch Interior Design added this to 10 Ways to Revamp Your Garden ShedAug 8, 2016

1. Make it a feature. A nicely proportioned garden shed can be just as stylish as other more expensive garden structures. Use exterior paint to dress it up. This blue-gray shade works beautifully with the surrounding green foliage and the gray of the galvanized containers. The restrained color palette makes the scene feel natural and restful, while the orange chair brings zing to the scheme.

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Irene added this to Garden & LandscapeMay 22, 2019

Cottage garden shed. It’s easy and cost-effective to turn existing structures into intentional focal points. If you already have a garden shed, consider updating it with a fresh coat of paint and a few potted containers on both sides of the door. For new sheds, think about their placement. Instead of hiding the structure in the back corner of the garden, make it the focal point of the side garden to bring attention to a less-used area.

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