Random Shed: Shed A Little Light

A unique shed this time from the power of randomisation.

Shed a little light

I used to paint in the living room and this became increasingly impractical – especially after I got married. Unfortunately, due to its proximity to my neighbour’s house, the shed had to be covered in non- combustible material; I would have preferred to make it all out of wood. However, this does mean that it will provide substantial protection (owing to the ‘farraday cage effect’) should it ever be hit by lightning. Now I can paint to my heart’s content (and a lot of other things I won’t mention) and I only wish it could be bigger but I’ve used all the available space. I’m very happy in my shed and I don’t want to imagine life without it.

By Andrew Wilcox

I love sheds Founder & judge of Shed of the year - Wilco writes mainly about sheds. About the blog Enter your shed into #shedoftheyear

1 comment

  1. How about a competition for the most sheds in one suburban garden ?

    I have five. Can anyone beat that?

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