Shed week sponsors Cuprinol have really got a shed load of new colours to paint yours

Garden Shed Ideas from Cuprinol

The weather is going to clear up, so assume you will be painting your #shed this weekend?

With online suppliers being overwhelmed online with people wanting to do their sheds during the look down, there are a few that are taking orders, of course delivery is another thing, you will have to check.

Wickes* – has a queuing system but it seems less than b& Q

Amazon* – have a good range but may be from third party sellers.

The Range* – has a selection of Cuprinol products

Ebay* – has loads of Cuprinol but of course private sellers and the prices may be steep due to the demand.

B & Q* – there is a waiting system in place, it was a few hours this morning

*Some of these links are affiliate links – so we get a small percentage if you buy anything.

Shed Week Sponsors cuprinol have launched a new range of Garden Shades – very handy that- just in time to get your shed painted in a fancy colour for a certain shed competition 😉

They have colours that would even move me to be more creative – so you can mix and match and you can view the various shades how they may look on your shed on their interweb site using an interactive colour selector, just click on the shed and choose your colours – how about Crushed Chilli or Lemon Slice – I can see the pinterest colour wheels going mad for these colours!

The 26 new colours come in a spectrum of shades from traditional, earthy garden greens such as Wild Eucalyptus™ and Highland Marsh™, to bolder and brighter pinks and purples including Purple Pansy™ and Berry Kiss™.

The Cuprinol shades are available at Dulux paint mixing desks at most leading DIY stores and will be mixed instantly for consumers to take away with them immediately. Alternatively, consumers can request tester pots of all Garden Shades which will be delivered straight to their front order. They can order online at

In addition to the 28 existing Cuprinol Garden Shades, the 26 Colour Mixing shades have been introduced with four key outdoor 2012 trends in mind – Country Garden, Bright & Bold, Monochrome and Oriental.

I Am looking forward to seeing some interesting colour combinations in the coming months on your sheds that you enter into Shed of the year 2020 🙂

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By Andrew Wilcox

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