Peckover National Trust Shed In Stirling
This National Trust Peckover Garden Shed
has recently been installed in our customer’s garden in the lovely Stirling, in Scotland to be used to store some of their children’s toys, garden tools and use it as a bit of a potting shed as well.
The National Trust Range of garden buildings consists of four garden sheds and four summerhouses, and all of them have been designed with the traditional features of the outbuildings of National Trust properties from across East Anglia in mind. This particular model has been designed with the outbuilding from Peckover House & Garden in Wisbech in mind, with a door in the gable, windows in the side and an apex roof.
At 2.4 x 3.0m in size, this is the largest Peckover we do, but you could also choose this shed in sizes 1.8 x 2.4m and 1.8 x 3.0m. Our National Trust sheds are more traditional in style compared to the rest of the garden sheds in our vast range of buildings, this is because they include features such as black corrugated roofing, traditionally-styled Georgian windows and cast iron door furniture with a mortice lock. They are also clad using vertically sawn FSC® certified timber boards which help to add to the rustic feel of the building.
To decorate the exterior, you have a choice of six colours from the netural-toned National Trust Palette. This customer has opted to have their building painted in the shade Painters Grey, which is an earthy blue toned colour.
If you would like to find out more about our Peckover Sheds, or any of the other buildings in our wide range, we encourage visitors to come to one of our Eight UK Show Centres. Here, we display approximately 25 different buildings in a range of specifications for you to experience first hand. You'll also be able to ask any questions you may have and get advice from our friendly advisors on the ground, who will be able to share with you their expertise on our buildings.
Does the National Trust range appeal to you? You can always revisit the full collection of Garden Sheds by clicking the link below.