Whilst the exterior of garden sheds has changed over the last decade, it is still a great way to store your tools and extra belongings. From tensile steel to cedar oak, there is an expansive range of gardening sheds to choose from. With more and more industrial materials becoming more affordable, there will be stronger and sturdy garden sheds continually being manufactured for a long time.
The only issue with garden sheds, is whilst the exterior maybe looking completely different, it’s become apparent that the interior has not changed. It has continuously been an area for gardening and repairing broken household items. However, the times have changed and we live in a world we’re a room isn’t a room anymore. Each room in your house is now a multi-purposed room with each room becoming multi-layered areas. A lounge room has become a lounge-and-bar area, a spare bedroom has become a spare bedroom-and-entertainment area.
Each area of your home has grown into multi-functional areas because of the landscape of today’s society becoming more design savvy in their homes. They have been able to get everything they need in a home, into a smaller space without cramming too much into your home. Garden sheds can now become a great multi-functional area that not only can be used for storage and other different purposes. Here are some decorative DIY ideas that can be created in garden sheds.
Creating a small kitchenette area is a great idea for creating a multi-functional area within your garden sheds. An easy and affordable way to create a kitchenette is buy using an assortment of wooden crates as the base for the cabinetry. It’s a great holding place for extra groceries you can have in your house, and also ideal for party foods. Placing a large piece of plywood can create an easy bench surface. Leaving half metre hanging bench space allows for small extra bench space for a breakfast nook. great for a sturdy dining table. Remember, we’re creating multi-functional rooms.
A perfect accompaniment to any garden shed kitchenette. This DIY Bottle opener allows for an easy DIY project to come to fruition, and become a useable item almost immediately. This a practical way to create a small and lightweight bottle opener that will fit it in perfectly with your kitchenette area. It can be mounted to your splash back surface, or be a mobile opener that can open cold beers, as well as keep the bottle caps in a stored location.
Cinder Block Bed
Now I know this sounds incredibly uncomfortable. However, if incorporated in the correct manner can be a great way to creating a comfortable day bed. Using 20 cinderblocks and plywood, you can create a relatively inexpensive day bed that is sturdy and fits in with the garden shed décor. You can decorate your day bed using a soft camping mattress and cushions to create a great space for some piece and quite.
Using some of these DIY decorating ideas’ you will be able to create an amazing multi-purpose area outside of your main home. All of these ideas need to be implemented is like building a house. Take one step at a time, start at the best point and do it in order. Everything you do in building your home is done in a certain order, and your garden shed should be done accordingly.
Blog Posted: 24th August 2016