3 man cave Ideas For Garden Sheds
Friday, May 4, 2018
Backyard sheds most often look the same way, like a gingerbread house or a grandma cottage. You can break away from the traditional styles and make your new shed your man cave with a little ingenuity.
If you are getting ready to purchase a shed, remember that any shed can be custom-built for you by a shed builder who understands your need for a masculine design. You don’t have to get a standard garden shed when you can get things like cedar siding, hexagon shapes, sheds with decks, and overhead garage doors!
Hexagon Shaped Sheds
Break away from the traditional rectangle garden shed and make it more manly by choosing a different shape. Hexagon sheds can be constructed for you instead. They can fit in the corners of fences if you prefer.
Sheds With Overhead Garage Doors & Ramps
Make your new garden shed look like a workshop instead of a gingerbread house by making it large and installing a garage door. Install a ramp because you now have plenty of space to do projects and store your lawn equipment.
Sheds With Decks
There’s no better way to make a man cave than with a shed that has a deck. This addition to your yard looks more like a home addition than a little girl’s playhouse.
Sheds With Barn Doors
Another manly shed similar to those with overhead garage doors are the sheds with barn doors. Remember, go bigger so you have space to actually get some projects done without being cramped.
Sheds Painted in Matching Trim and NO Window Flower Boxes
Leave the flower boxes off your shed, paint the window trim in the same color as the exterior sides, and hang some fishing stuff around the outside. Now you have a man cave instead of a little kid’s playhouse.
Sheds With Cedar Siding
Make your shed look more like a sauna with nice french doors instead. Have your shed built with cedar siding for that rough, manly look instead of going with one that looks like a doll house.