Having enough space at home offers a lot of advantages when it comes to keeping all things in respective places. However, it is very difficult to organize them without a proper storage facility.
You don’t have to have a highly sophisticated warehouse facility. A good shed outside your house is enough.
Here are several shed plans you can build at home:
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1. Gambrel Roof Storage Shed
This shed is a typical barn yard shed that has been known to many for a long time. The significant part of this this shed is its classic roof style.
According to ShedKing, a gambrel shed roof provides more storage space, especially in the attic. This type of shed is perfect for storing garden or farm tools.
2. Pallet Shed
Pallet shed is not a definite style of shed. It is so called because it is simply made of recycled pallets. In fact, you can build your own style of shed using this material.
You may be curious about the process and the end result. Watch this video that shows how pallets can become a shed. You can follow the same style or use the idea to build your own style.
3. Gable Shed
Gable shed is a style of shed that looks like a playhouse in which there are portions of walls that are triangular. Like gambrel sheds, gable sheds offers more space in the attic.
Don Vandervort of HomeTips noted that gable shed is “the most popular among styles” because of its “classic lines and straightforward design.”
4. Attached Lean to Shed
Another simple and cheaper way to build shed is to build the Attached Shed style. It is like a cabinet or a closet. The only difference is that it is outside your home.
Nonetheless, it is convenient because it is just near unlike other types of shed. The Shed Builder made a point that main reason you should build an attached shed is “to save time and money by using your house wall.”
5. Drive-Thru Shed
This is a great shed to build if you usually need to drive a vehicle to bring most of your garden or farm tools. With this shed, you can directly load or unload your tools inside.
The back door and the front door are facing each other so your vehicle can pass through it without maneuvering. This can be built anywhere even on slope. ExtremeHow-To recommends using a pole-style construction if the only place you can build it is on a slope.
6. Firewood Shed
If you regularly use firewood for common purposes such as outdoor cooking or grilling, it is best you dedicate a shed for your firewood. Although some people build firewood shed as simple as possible, others want a nicer look or a more functional one.
PopularMechanics has easy-to-follow steps on how to build a firewood shed.
7. Cottage Style Shed
Not all sheds are equal. Some are simply good. Others are truly adorable and luxurious. If you can afford to build a shed that can keep your things while providing comfort and convenience similar with owning a vacation house, cottage style shed is the one for you.
It is up to you whether you build it for such many purposes or just for style alone. Nevertheless, there are a lot of cottage shed styles you can choose to build.
8. Octagonal Shed
Octagonal shed is dome-like structure in which there are eight sides instead of just four. This style is not just for an aesthetic purpose.
It is actually designed to withstand strong wind, so this shed is recommended for a place where the wind is very strong. Moreover, octagonal shed is also spacious inside since it is round.
9. Hutch Shed
The advantage of hutch shed is that it is large enough to store larger tools. At the same time, it has some space where you can put a recycle bin.
This is very functional as it is designed to let you easily put or return your tools, especially if you regularly use them.
10. Colonial Shed
If you want your shed to look awesome, consider a classic colonial style shed. It is just an ordinary shed that can offer the same function and convenience as what others do.
It is the external design that matters for this shed. Inside, everything is rectangular, so you easily organize your tools.
11. Lean-To Storage Shed
Lean-To storage shed is a small shed that is designed to be either attached to a wall or to stand separately. Its sizes may depend on your purpose.
A more mobile one is usually smaller, but larger ones are commonly placed on a wall. The attached shed style can also look like lean-to storage shed.
12. Compact Shed
If you are running out of space outside your home, a compact shed is perfect for you. However, you have to determine a specific purpose before you build it.
By identifying the thing that you will regularly store there, you can create a compact shed out of it. For example, you can create a compact shed for bicycle, or a cabinet type for your some smaller kits.
13. 6×6 Storage Shed
It is a very simple square-shaped shed. This is for minimalist or for those who are not technically particular about construction and style. You can store various things in it and manage them in many ways. You can also place this shed anywhere.
14. Garden Closet Storage Shed
Garden closet storage shed is considered a smart shed because it is small but is designed to fit it many garden tools. Just open it and everything you need is right in front of you.
When you’re done using your garden tools, you can easily put them inside according to pockets or drawers.
15. Tudor Style Shed
Similar with colonial style shed, Tudor style shed is designed to provide beauty and style outside. If you love classic-style sheds, this is one of some options you can build aside from colonial style.
16. Multi-purpose Shed
If you live in the farm, you are probably mixing your housework with farm work. To organize your daily chores along with the things you use regularly, a multipurpose shed is the best for you. It can be a hutch, a garage, a storage area, or a place where you can stay for the rest of the day.
Time to Pick Your Shed Plan
There are a lot more plans and ways you can build a shed. It depends on your purpose or choice. You don’t have to build exactly what is shown above, but these will surely give you an idea for you to build your own shed.
Choose the one that fits your style and need. If you need help, ask a specialist handyman to help you.