Look at this Step Up to Luxury, how much better can it get!! Cedar-shake siding and shingles adorn this elegant garden shed getaway. Decorative white trim, mortared stone steps, and a curved metal handrail enhance the appeal of this destination structure perched atop a matching retaining wall. Love this and the setting area, would be great!
Gallery of Garden Sheds, Step Up to Luxury, via Better Homes & Gardens
Gallery of Garden Sheds, Make a Grand Entrance, via Better Homes & Gardens
Two-Story Studio all to cute. Add drama to your potting shed by extending it upward. A second story dormer window infuses this shed with natural sunlight. Dentil detailing at the eave line and doorway impart a touch of elegance, as do the checkerboard tile floor and topiary planters flanking the doorway. I love the topiary planters.
Gallery of Garden Sheds, Two-Story Studio, via Better Homes & Gardens
Gallery of Garden Shed Ideas, Fanciful Frills, via Better Homes & Gardens
Gallery of Garden Shed Ideas, Carefree Cottage Style, via Better Homes & Gardens
Gallery of Garden Shed Ideas, Hillside Haven, via Better Homes & Gardens
Gallery of Garden Shed Ideas, Overarching Antiquity, via Better Homes & Gardens (my personal favorite!)
Gallery of Garden Shed Ideas, Breeze Right Through, via Better Homes & Gardens
Work Every Angle. Look for ways to incorporate your shed into your landscape. Here, a steeply pitched roofline on a simple garden shed echoes the angles found in the triangular raised beds and birdhouse. Even the picket fence behind the Adirondack chairs carries the theme through with pointed peaks. Beautiful!!
Gallery of Garden Shed Ideas, Work Every Angle, via Better Homes & Gardens
Gallery of Garden Shed Ideas, Cottage Charm, via Better Homes & Gardens
A Gallery of Garden Shed Ideas
A Gallery of Garden Shed Ideas, via Better Homes & Gardens, Image 1
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