Cuprinol’s award winning sponsorship of Shed of the Year continues.

It’s with great pleasure that I can announce that Cuprinol will again be our sponsor for Shed of the Year 2012 – they have been a great supporter of you the sheddies and my humble shed competition over the last couple of years and with their award winning coverage having spread the word of shedism all over the place.

In the new year there will be a big announcement on prizes for the worlds best Shed Competition – so keep your eyes peeled on the shedblog/Twitter or Facebook.

You can enter your Shed now for Shed of the year 2012 – or if you entered previously – just update your shed info and add some new photos, to be in with a chance of joining the following sheddies with the biggest accolade in the shed world.

Shed of the year 2012


Shed of the year 2011

Songs from the shed

songs from the shed - Jon Earl

Shed of the year 2010

More info about the Lady Sarah.

Shed of the year 2009

Kite Cabin

Kite Cabin - Steven Harwood
Steven Harwood
Top of the Garden, West

Shed of the year 2008

the rugby pub

the rugby pub - tim

Shed of the year 2007

The Roman Temple

The Roman Temple - Tony
Berkshire U.K.

A bit about Cuprinol and sheds

Whilst sheds have long been considered as a necessary garden evil of limited visual appeal, times are changing and sheds are being newly discovered for their potential in making an attractive garden feature.

Whether you use your shed mainly for storing junk, as a workshop or even as an additional room, make sure it adds to the look of your garden rather than taking away from it.

There’s no reason why a shed should to look old an unsightly when there’s great products around that allow you to turn even the ugliest of sheds into pretty feature. Besides useful advice and information on how to take care of your shed, we’ve also put together some ideas on how you can make the most of your shed.

You can follow them over on Facebook and they will be doing some great stuff on Twitter for Shed Week 2012

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