Wednesday, December 11, 2019
It's that time of the year when people like to decorate their garden offices and other shedlike atmospheres (and hopefully we'll get a bit of snow so we can run our annual snowy shed galleries). Many shedworkers add festive touches to their workplace such as fairy lights, wreaths, and sprigs of holly, but we'd also suggest that as well as a Christmas tree in your house, why not go for one in your garden office too? Shedworking has got its Christmas trees from the St Albans branch of Pines and Needles for the last half a dozen years (pictured above in an actual shoffice situation but they have stockists all round the country) and been very happy with the results and the cheerful service. As well as the usual sized trees, we have also bought smaller ones in the past which are ideal for smaller spaces or indeed desktops. As always, please send in your photos of your Christmas shed decor! --------------------------------------
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Posted by Alex Johnson at 9:34 AM