Published at Wednesday, 25 July 2018. Storage Shed. By Nichole Doyle.
Storage can be classified in 4 ways; an open storage which covers bookcases, shelves, coat trees, hooks, glass-front cabinets, and tabletops. A closed storage which includes closets, armoires, cupboards, chests, buffets, sideboards, entertainment centers, drawer units, file cabinets, skirted tables, and under-bed storage boxes. The third type is the convenient storage where you can use as a storage your closets, furniture, and storage areas within a room. And the last type of storage is the remote storage where you can place your things in closets and storage areas located in other parts of the house, in the attic, basement, or garage. The best example of this remote storage is the storage sheds.
Plastic Shed Kits. When people hear the term plastic sheds they often frown. However, these types of storage kits are becoming very popular, and for good reason. A shed kit that is made out of high quality plastic material has many advantages over its wooden or metal counterparts. They are lightweight, extremely durable, very simple to put together, and they are reasonably priced so anyone can afford them.
Now it's time to decide what style and design you want. Some great styles include: Quaker, Victorian, Cottage, Garden, Gambrel, a Dutch barn, or you can even build a New England cabin. For the siding some good choices include: Red Cedar, Novelty Pine, or a Pine Clapboard. Also consider putting a cupola on the roof, adding windows, flower boxes, shutters, doors, and unique accessories like hinges and door handles.
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