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(Admin) These are the entries to our first shed design competition. Have a browse down the page at the entrants and then visit our next competitions which had way more entrants and different possibilities. Scroll on down and then visit the other two competition pages for more ideas. A total relaxing sanctuary, where the warm breeze slowly sways the white muslin curtains back and forth, white soft features are everywhere.

That is my Sanctuary Shed - anyone want to join me? Wired on a separate spur from the house for electricity and network access.

I want to build a woodshed that will compliment the Classic garden/storage shed I posted earlier so this will also have same paint scheme of green siding with white trim, but less formal without the keystone pieces in the trim. They would also have mesh screens near the top for airflow. To capture the character of its purpose, it is styled after a railway signal box.

Wisteria Junction is built on a brick base with horizontally planked wooden panels up to waist height.

The roof is tiled, hipped at both ends and finished with a pair of finials. Often people need to have some kind of source for off-grid electricity.

Log home owners (therefore I make the leap of faith and include every other homeowner to the list) are quite a picky group of people and don't want any odd-looking metal racks for supporting solar panels on their backyard, no matter how needed they would be. The sunroom will work as a camouflaged solar panel stand.

I bet you haven't heard of this foundation type - screw plinths! Yep, you screw them straight down to the soil and after half an hour or so you have your plinths ready and waiting for load bearing beams so that we can build up the shed. The floor is made from engineered plastic wood combination so inside it works as ready flooring material that doesn't need painting or staining and guess what? The backside is from 88x180 logs (I can't hide my log background, can I), sides are fixed triple-layered windows and on the front, we have sliding doors.

My dream shed design would incorporate all the different uses my family would have for a shed and was inspired by a documentary I saw on people who live in tiny spaces. This shed would be a workspace, studio, spare bedroom and kid-friendly haven all in one. The bottom slide door would house a flat screen television and the top slide door would open into a cupboard area to keep all the general stuff you keep in sheds like old toys and games. The bench would have an inlaid pop-up easel for art use.

The bottom half would have a pull out bed for guests. You might have noticed that with all the wall space already being used there is no room for windows.

It is inspired by the work of the modernist architect Le Corbusier and its purity of design will hopefully inspire my recordings. Even with a heavy tint, heat is going to be a problem, especially in summer so some kind of ventilation needs to be concealed on the flat roof, but obviously without introducing any noise.

Modern recording techniques have reduced the size of studio equipment to little more than a computer. My family has recently moved several members back into the home and space is now at a premium.

We needed a shed for storage space for our belongings as well as for the garden tools we wanted to get out of the garage so we can have a warm place to work on our cars. There will be no interior door between the rooms so it will almost be as if they are two separate sheds joined at the hip so to speak.

The inside walls of this side are sheetrock with insulation underneath. A low wattage bulb will also be installed to help keep the moisture down as well. For security reasons, no windows would be added to this side.

Instead of placing sheetrock around the walls I would place pegboard. This will allow me to create a myriad of layouts for all my garden tools and yard equipment to hang and keep everything from getting underfoot. I would hang a fluorescent light fixture so that there would be enough light to see by if I need to work on any of my tools in the shed.

I would also add windows that could be opened for ventilation if I need to be inside for any amount of time. This would be much more cost efficient than watering it from the tap. There is a propensity for moss to grow on shingle roofs here so I would most likely go with a galvanized tin roof.

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