Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Shedworking in The Independent

A nice piece in The Independent by Kate Watson-Smyth looks at how the garden shed is being reinvented in the 12st century as a garden office. Here's a snippet:
"An Englishman's home is no longer his castle. It is, in fact, his shed. The humble garden shed, now often upgraded to a "garden room", has been quietly undergoing a rather spectacular makeover in recent years. Annual awards are now given out for the best shed and there are websites dedicated to "sheddies" and their fabulous creations."
There's a brief quote from me in it too. Well worth a browse. Pictured above, the shackup by the Hemingways for B&Q with porthole windows.
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  1. looks like my quotes did not make it :(

    nevermind your are the shedworking expert anyway!

  2. Thats a very nice shed, does it come come in different size?