There are many materials used in the making of garden sheds, but the benefits of a metal garden shed are great.
Our professional installation team are on hand to build your new metal shed for you whilst you sit back and relax.IMPORTANT - Please ensure that a suitable base is prepared for your new metal shed prior to installation. By Lori Mendoza Special to The Oregonian Garden sheds used to be dank, dusty outbuildings designed solely to store lawn mowers, hoses, tools and pots. We've seen many great sheds as we've toured area gardens -- and we've shown many of them on the pages of HGNW. Clearly it was time to do some serious reporting and find out what other gems were out there. With 87 examples to choose from, we had a hard time culling our selections to the 10 that represented the various styles. But at the end of the story, keep on scrolling and you'll find photos of more sheds we love. This cobblestone and cedar-shake shed, built by Dene Byers, then a 75-year-old retired mason, is the work center for Eckerdt's two-acre garden.
With heat from a wood stove and daylight from six skylights, Eckerdt can make the most of cool and warm days.
Bob drew inspiration from the classic state-park structures and started with a stone-covered foundation. The Steels learned a lesson when they sold their Portland home and the buyers insisted on keeping the greenhouse. Joni's cactus collection "thrives in its new home -- in our very non-desertlike climate," says Barry. Beams salvaged from a burned-out factory became the bones of this octagonal garden shed that is often mistaken for a yurt or a spa enclosure. Kilgore's son-in-law, Joe Hanks of Beaverton, helped design and build the structure, using the front door from her old farmhouse and constructing the porch rail from old fence posts and copper plumbing pipe. The garden shed, made from found architectural objects, mimics the architectural details of Willette's century-old home.


Behind mismatched doors, shelves are home to garden tools and provide shelter for a lawn mower and a power washer. The prizewinner is made from recycled materials, including 11 matching double-hung windows, three doors from friends and a concrete laundry tub for potting.
After adding a pond and waterfall to their backyard, the McCoys decided their metal garden shed just wouldn't do. It was a bit of a challenge to find a waterproof material to use on the exterior walls that would have a rice-paper look. Tina wanted a garden shed to store her tools, provide shelter for her seedlings and look like an extension of her house. The Rollinses needed a place to store gardening tools and supplies -- and they needed a garage for a garden railroad that's under construction.
Roger designed it all, from the basic dimensions to the leaded-glass windows, traditional-style hardware and staggered-shake roof that mimics the roof of their home.
Carter knew the Tudor-style home she bought eight years ago needed a unique garden shed that would do justice to its manicured English gardens. She persuaded Cargo to sell the panels, and garden designer Dave Jensen, of Acorn Solutions, helped her come up with a design. When Linda sets out to work in her garden shed, her many windows allow her to feel as if she's still outdoors but protected from Hood River winds. The shed also helps unleash the imagination of the couple's 6-year-old granddaughter, Madison. The base must be firm and level, and must be a minimum of the size of the floor of the building. In fact, there were so many, we decided that creating unique sheds had become something of a Northwest pastime. Turns out that wasn't necessary; with a small notice in a single HGNW issue -- headlined, "Show us your sheds" -- we got more material than we could use. But it's the interior touches -- pots transformed into light fixtures and a mosaic design on the floor -- that make it stand out.


Door handles made from a garden fork and a cement trowel keep the focus where Eckerdt wants it: on the garden.
Then a stained-glass window picked up at a garage sale years earlier caused the plan to take an elegant turn. He used windows they already had, glass panels from a local recycling center, and a discarded Dutch door and oak arched windows from friends. On the other side of the shed, wood stored behind a vertical green shutter stays dry for the fireplace. And even though it's not complete, it has already won a $500 prize from the editors of Better Homes and Gardens magazine. Eventually they found opaque fiberglass panels at a local store, and John made wood grids, painted them black and tacked them to the frames.
After the shed was finished, Tina surprised Nathan with an ecoroof planted with succulents for his birthday. Finally, after Roger retired, he finished the miniature version of their English Country-style home.
It had been severely damaged by the 1962 Columbus Day storm and it was time to get rid of it. The beautifully weathered 12-inch rough-cut loft planks from the old barn became the flooring and siding. David built the shed from bits and pieces of scrap collected over the years, including seasoned wood from an old barn. All rights reserved (About Us).The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Oregon Live LLC.
In the summer, the shed -- with its stained-glass window and candle chandelier -- doubles as a wine bar for garden parties.



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