Sit down and admire these toilet sheds

Sheds are sometimes seen as the smallest spaces on people’s property, well these “small sheds” take the wossname (literary). They are mostly the littlest rooms, Yes, sheds that are toilets/WC/loos/latrines, whatever you call them!

So here are some that have been entered for #shedoftheyear over the years.

Take a seat and enjoy

1) The Pilgrims Seat / The Plopping Shed – Herefordshire owned by Nat

2) The Loo – Devon owned by Simon Rines

3) Emergency Lifeguard – East Lothian owned by Claire Hunter

4) Loo Charm – West Sussex owned by Jane Warren Mulder

5) The Toilet Shed – Denbighshire owned by Sam Jackson

An outdoor toilet shed, also known as a garden toilet or loo, is a small shed or structure that houses a toilet. These sheds are often found in backyards, gardens, or on campsites. They provide a convenient place to use the toilet when there is no indoor plumbing. Outdoor toilet sheds can be as simple as a wooden outhouse with a bucket for waste or as elaborate as a small cabin with a flushing toilet and running water. The most common type of outdoor toilet shed is the composting toilet. Composting toilets use a natural process to break down waste, which eliminates the need for a septic tank.
Composting toilet

Outdoor toilet sheds can be a great addition to any property. They are especially useful for people who have large yards or gardens where they spend a lot of time outdoors. They can also be a good option for people who are looking for an eco-friendly way to dispose of waste.

When installing an outdoor toilet shed, it is important to follow local building codes and regulations. It is also important to choose a location that is away from wells and septic tanks. The shed should be well-ventilated and should have a door that closes securely.

With proper care and maintenance, an outdoor toilet shed can provide years of use.

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