As you all know, here at Asgard, we love the Shed of the Year competition. This year is no exception! The finalists have been announced, but who would we want to win if it was our decision? We’ve picked a few categories and chosen our favourites. Do you agree with us?
| Normal Shed Category|
In the normal shed category, we’ve decided that sheddie Ben Fillmore has the best ‘normal shed’. In all honesty, we can hardly call Ben’s shed normal, it’s a shedservatory. Why did we choose this one? It has a full functioning splitting roof system that allows you to star gaze from the comfort of your own shed. And when the roof is closed it looks stunning in the garden and has enough room to double up as an office.
| Eco Shed Category|
The Owl House
In the Eco Shed category, wave gone for the Owl shed, which is owned by a sheddie known as Tracy Lewis.
“The Owl House is the 2nd Eco building in my garden, I am an artist & a paraplegic, wheelchair user, so both structures have been built with access in mind. As you can I am sure imagine, there are many places that I find impossible to visit due to lack of access which as a creator & and an artist I find so very frustrating.” – Tracy Lewis
| Workshop / Studio Shed Category|
Cabin of the Greenman
Luke Wesley, take a bow. Luke has built a stunning shed that we would be proud to call our own! It is listed as a work in progress as luke is constantly trying to make it even better. It feature chainsaw carvings Incorporated into the frame and structure , rustic green ash frame , pallet wood shingles , roof truss decking with apple tree growing out of it !