Tiles Direct in this guest post. But, fear not - it’s easy to spruce up the outside of your shed to give it a whole new lease of life.
First things first, you should think about the entrance to your shed. Tidy up tired decking, patios and pathways leading to your shed with some stylish outdoor tiles. Hardwearing, durable and low-maintenance, this flooring choice is designed to withstand the elements and provide you with a practical solution - they even come with non-slip surfaces for that added element of safety.
Once the entranceway is done, you should then think about the exterior walls. Typically made from wood, a simple fix is to give your thirsty wooden wall panels a much-needed lick of paint or varnish.
Alternatively, why not use decorative outdoor tiles on lower walls or window sills to give a colourful and hardwearing touch to the exterior? Opting for a vibrant shade of tile is guaranteed to brighten up your whole garden, but if bold tones aren’t quite to your taste, you can always stick to a more neutral base colour complemented with pale pastels for a stunning, yet subtle finish.
With many traditional designs, the inside of a shed can often feel dark and gloomy even with a light and several windows. To counteract this, we’d always recommend decorating the interiors with a pale colour that will brighten the space up come rain or shine. Whether you want a minimalist Scandi-feel with pure white tiles or something a little more eye-catching such as Moroccan style zellige tiles or ornate, Victorian inspired designs, make sure your shed’s flooring is helping the aesthetic shine.
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