National Trust Oxburgh in Stratford
This National Trust Oxburgh Garden Shed
with sloping pent roof has been installed in the back corner of our customer’s garden in Stratford, London to use for garden storage.
The pent roof has got a black corrugated sheet on, which acts as a waterproof layer to keep rainwater out of the inside of the shed. A traditional set of windows and a single door with black cast iron door furniture make up the front of the building, which leads into a 1.8 x 2.4m traditional shed.
The vertical sawn cladding on the shed has been painted in the National Trust paint colour, Painters Grey. This is one of the six colours you can choose from in the National Trust Range, and all were chosen to reflect the antiquated/natural theme of these buildings.
The National Trust Range consists of four Sheds and four Summerhouses. These are designed, named and inspired by National Trust outbuildings in Norfolk and Suffolk.
The National Trust Garden Sheds are true gardeners’ sheds: practical and traditional.
Inspired by ages gone by, yet using modern techiniques the range is affordable and beautiful. Perfectly suited to discerning customers with more traditional tastes.
For a look at the entire National Trust range, you can do so on the link below.