Garden Sheds: They've Never Looked So Good
Check out the sheds that hold gardening tools and supplies for these HGTV fans.
Photo By: HGTV fan MeadowsweetDays
Neutral Garden Shed in Pink Flower Garden with Stone Steps
HGTV fan MeadowsweetDays needed a place to store her gardening tools but also "a pretty potting shed that would enhance the look of my garden." This charming structure seems to do the job.
Clematis and window boxes filled with pink geraniums provide the finishing touches for this combination shed and workspace. Posted by HGTV fan Kelvinator.
Before Lifestyles painted this garden shed, it was white with burgundy trim. She gave it faux exposed "brick" and flower pots to complement a brick Mediterranean-style home.
The shed and its surroundings in HGTV fan tumbestere's yard look picture-book perfect.
It may have been built to hold gardening tools but HGTV fan eyesonhgtv says this shed is also "a great place to set up a little bar" for lawn parties.
HGTV fan Monkeyface dressed up the inside and outside of this garden shed with her favorite finds.
Inside Monkeyface's shed there's room to do crafting projects.
The landscaping for this garden shed includes a stone path and a water feature. Posted by HGTV fan tam64.
HGTV fan brebrat uses this shed for potting, and it's also a "great sitting area in my small yard."
HGTV fan Faeryhollow dubbed this winsome potting shed "Crickhollow Cottage" and surrounded it with primroses, forget-me-nots tulips, columbine, lilies-of-the-valley and more.
HGTV fan Eddie Wood turned a garden shed into a charming guest cabin. Container gardens give the area a lush look.
The shed in HGTV fan lark's yard is framed with beautiful container gardens.
HGTV fan gardeningmichelle transformed an old chicken coop into this charming garden shed.
At HGTV fan Casa Babbette's place, husband and wife have separate sheds, and she likes hers better. "Sure, I have to share the space with pool supplies and patio furniture once the weather gets chilly," she says, "but hey, it's an extra space for me to decorate!"