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When you choose such a shed, you will be able to enjoy all the benefits of having it, while only surrendering a fraction of the yard space. Your dirt, fertilizer, mower, hand tools and other implements can all be stored safely and securely in it. Everything will be within reach at the moment you need it. Yet you will maintain most of your usable space in the yard.
In terms of interior, even small spaces can achieve multiple purposes. In the tradition of Japanese tea houses, which celebrate aesthetic as well as intellectual engagement, you may want your garden shed to be a place of reflection and beauty as well as practicality. Consider borrowing elements from your lawn to echo inside, such as water, rocks, gravel or plants. Create storage space by hanging tools on a wall and storing items on a bank of shelves so you can use the remaining space for potting, reflection or social gathering.
Most folks use their shed for storage which is of course very useful. You can also treat your garden shed as a small workshop/workplace or even use it as a childrens play den. You can put up shelves, maybe a bench and a desk for comfort. You can be very creative when it comes to decorating and adding accessories to your shed and its achievable to do all this at a relatively low cost. Small regular garden sheds ordinarily open from either the front or the sides and have at the very least one small window and such sheds can be bought relatively cheaply.
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