A shed can be so much more than a cluttered cubby or a dank hovel where your rusty lawn chairs reside. If you’re considering purchasing “pre-built” sheds, these pictures will make you think twice. With the right plan and your creativity, you can build amazing looking sheds.
Amazingly, these 4 super sheds are built by regular folks just like you and me.
This shows that with a little hard work and good shed plans, your backyard storage building can become a proper work area, perfect for taking on projects big and small.
In case, you’re wondering, yes, RyanShedPlans offers a lot of shed designs similar to the 4 we are showing below. You can also use the free CAD designing tool to modify and change your design. You’re limited only but your imagination
Here’s a look at 4 of the “Super Sheds”:
Builder: Mike Christie-Fogg
Location: Colchester, Conn.
Square Footage: 250
Why the Shed is Super: Visually stunning, agriculturally functional, made from salvaged materials and popular with the neighbors’ goats, Christie-Fogg’s greenhouse and potting shed prove that one man’s trash can become another’s treasure.
While remodeling a 1940s Ford dealership near his home in Connecticut, woodworker Mike Christie-Fogg hit the lumber jackpot.
“These big beams, rafters and solid ¾-inch pine flooring had to come out. It was a couple thousand square feet, and they were going to trash it.”
Christie-Fogg helped himself to the clean, old-growth wood. “I could have made furniture out of it, but then I thought, I have enough to make an entire barn.”
The plan came together after he drove his Toyota Corolla past a pile of antique windows put out as garbage.
He returned with his truck, loaded up the glass and went home to create an 18 x 10foot barn with a 10 x 7 greenhouse.
Now, he germinates seedlings there in spring, and in summer, tomatoes ripen among rows of shovels. In fall, he starts onions, kale, broccoli and beets in the barn, then moves the plants to a hea