If you’re a skilled handyman or DIY enthusiast looking to take your small outdoor garden shed to the next level, there are plenty of advanced projects you can tackle. Here are three advanced DIY garden shed projects that will take your shed from functional to fit and functional.
1) Add a Solar Panel
If you want to make your garden shed more sustainable, adding a solar panel is a great idea. With a few basic tools and some electrical know-how, you can install a solar panel to power lights, a fan, or even a small heater to sustain you while tackling your garden projects.
2) Create a Living Wall
A living wall is a great way to add natural beauty to your garden shed while also improving air quality. You can create a living wall by installing a trellis and planting climbing plants, or by using a modular living wall system. Adding a couple of window boxes for herbs or flowers can beautify your shed too.
3) Build a Small Deck & Entertaining Space
If you want to create a relaxing outdoor space around your garden shed, building a small deck is a great idea for the ultimate hang-out spot after putting your tools down. With some basic carpentry skills and tools, you can create a custom deck that perfectly fits your shed and your needs.
Add some outdoor seating made from repurposed wooden pallets, kitted out with comfortable cushions, or outdoor furniture. Then, to give your shed hero status, install a retractable projector screen on the shed’s exterior wall for many memorable movie nights under the stars. Don’t forget the blankets and snacks!
These advanced DIY garden shed projects require a bit more skill and planning than the run of the mill basic DIY projects that we covered in our previous blog. But if you’re up for the challenge, they can take your small outdoor garden shed to the next level.
At Kiwi Garden Sheds, we offer a wide range of small outdoor garden sheds that are perfect for any DIY project. Whether you’re looking for a basic shed or a custom-designed masterpiece, we have the right shed for you. Check out our range of sheds to learn more about them and get started on your next project today.