How to get out of a shed rut!
Are you and your shed stuck in a rut? Then keep on reading to find out how you and your shed can fall back in love! Spring is the perfect time to rescue and reinvent your garden shed ready for all those outdoor parties! So we've pulled together 5 simple tips on how you and your shed can fall back in love!
1. Set aside time to clear and tidy.
Check the weather and choose a nice sunny day to do this so you can enjoy it rather than it feeling like a chore. If you find items that you no longer use then why not make money from them? You could sell them on Ebay or a more location based platform like Paperclip! Donating unwanted items to charity is also a great way to clear things out and feel good about it! Emmaus is a fantastic charity which are working towards ending homelessness. They accept furniture, electrical items and clothing. If some of your items are a little battered and worn then they may be able to spruce it up in their workshops, so make sure to check out their website here.
2. Give your shed a whole new look.
Before picking up any paint or decor consider how you want to use your shed as this will effect how you then decorate. If you're not too sure on what to transform your shed into then here are some inspiring ideas:
- Doggy Grooming Salon
- Spa Spot
- Shed Sheds and Man Caves
- Japanese Tea Room
- Yoga Room
- Party Shed
- Hangout Spot (teenagers only)
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3. Treat your shed right.
Show your shed some love and re-apply treatment! Tiger Sheds offer some inexpensive preserver which gives maximum protection for your building, which you can view here. After you've applied the treatment and allowed enough time for it to dry properly you can then give your shed a splash of colour. Paint is a really easy way to spruce up a garden shed and bring some life to your whole garden!
4. Re-decorate your shed.
Now your shed is clean, organised and has ideally been treated and painted, it's time to start thinking about decor. Pinterest can be the perfect place to look for some inspiration and to gain some ideas. To offer you some food for thought we've picked some great items from a selection of fantastic websites... Product: Seed Box from HICKS and HICKS Price: £10
A lovely product from HICKS. This seed box is a really nice product and an inexpensive one too. A great way to keep all your seeds, or anything you wish to store, neatly put away. We also think it has a quirky vintage feel to it, the perfect finishing touch for any potting shed! Click here to see product. *** Product: Rattan Side Table from Rose and Grey Price: £215
If you want to create a really modern and stylish interior then this wicker side table would make a great addition. You could also purchase a trendy vase filled with flowers to bring some life to your space. Click here to view product. *** Product: Vintage Heart Felt Clock Stand from Zurleys Price: £22
To give your shed a bit of character add in some quirky and unusual items like this clock stand. Click here to view product. *** Product: Blue Anchor Nautical Throw Pillow from Pillow Decor Price: $49.95
If you're considering doing a beachy theme then this throw pillow would be the perfect cushion for a beach hut! Click here to view product. *** Product: Noah from Olive & the Fox Price: £125
The Olive Tree, Wall Light Shoot 2015 | Sam Docker Photography 2015[/caption] We love the simplicity of this chair and think it would look fantastic for any shed theme. This off grey colour is really trendy at the moment as it's such a nice fresh colour for spring. Click here to view product. ***
5. Gain even more inspiration.
When it comes to decorating and revamping your garden shed it can be a great idea to have a good look at what other people are doing. So follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram as we're constantly updating our feeds with stunning customer images to inspire you!