Sheds in Bury St. Edmunds
This National Trust Blickling Garden Shed
, installed in our customer’s lovely cottage garden in Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, is to be used as a substantial logstore and potting shed. Like all of our garden building, it was designed and hand-made on-site at our HQ in Norfolk by the skilled craftsmen and women inside our factory before being delivered and assembled at our customer's address. This model is part of our wider selection of Sheds
Our National Trust range buildings are a perfect addition to a traditional garden, or as a treat for the more discerning customer. They have been designed to reflect the buildings that the range was inspired by. To give them a charming, classical look, this range has traditional features such as black corrugated sheeting on the roof, black cast iron door furniture with a mortice lock, a set of Georgian windows and vertically sawn timber boards for the external cladding, which are roughly cut to give a more rustic finish. Our customer particularly liked our Blicking Shed as it has a built-in log store as part of its design, which is 900mm wide.
Our customer opted to have the exterior painted in the colour Terrace Green from the National Trust Paint Palette. The six shades in this range have been inspired by nature, making sure they blend in and complement your garden perfectly.
From the first point of contact to installation the service received was fantastic. We are delighted with our National Trust Blickling Shed. A special mention for the two lovely and highly professional fitters who erected the shed with no fuss - they were great and impressively adhered to all COVID restrictions. If only this standard of service were more commonplace! Many thanks.
Mr M - East Sussex - December 2020
All of our buildings are fully customisable to your exact requirements and benefit from delivery and installation by our expert team as part of our end to end service. They're also all made using the finest Scandinavian timber sourced from our partner mill in North Sweden. It's of the upmost importance to us that our buildings are of the highest quality possible and that the material is managed in a sustainable way.
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