Enter your shed into the 2017 Shed of the Year competition

Enter your shed into the 2017 Shed of the Year competition

Do you think you have Britain's best garden shed? Now’s the chance to show off your garden building and enter into the 2017 Shed of the Year competition.

Shed of the Year celebrates the Great British garden shed, and showcases the most innovative and inspiring spaces around the country.

To enter, all you need to do is submit a minimum of two images, including external and internal photos along with a description of your shed.

Entry to the Shed of the Year competition is now open and closes on 15th May 2017, and is set to appear on Channel 4’s Amazing Shed Spaces Shed of the Year show.

A panel of judges will select a shortlist of sheds, followed by a public vote via the Reader Sheds website. A final panel of judges will then select the overall winner.

Shed of the Year Winner 2016

Kevin Herbert’s eccentric garden shed getaway.
Image source: Kevin Herbert

Kevin Herbert, from Berkshire, took the crown of 2016’s Shed of the Year competition with his quirky eco shed, named ‘The West Wing’.

Made from 90% recycled materials, The West Wing, was a labour of love and took over eight years to complete.

Kevin’s extraordinary shed has three separate sections, including a loft space to relax in, a hidden room behind a secret bookcase for the kids to enjoy, and a large workshop for ‘shed working’.

Shed of the Year in Pictures

Waltons very own Space Shed was shortlisted in 2016’s Shed of the Year competition.
Image Source: Stonebridge City Farm
A run down hen house converted into a Distillery and Saloon Bar took 2015’s title.
Image Source: Walter Micklethwait
Ilona’s vivid summerhouse was handcrafted by recycled pallets, doors, paving slabs and polycarbonate roof.
Image Source: Ilona
Bryan Lewis Jones’ rotating contemporary shed was shortlisted in the Unique category.
Image Source: Bryan Lewis Jones
This gothic ‘Shed of Dreams’ was built by Oliver Renison using off cuts, a washing machine and features a stove.
Image Source: Oliver Renison
The Raisebury shed features four hydraulic legs that raise the building off the ground in the event of a flood.
Image Source: Peter Kavanagh
A shed village at the bottom of a secluded garden in the middle of London include a mini theatre, a pub and railway station.
Image Source: Rufus and Molly

Do you think your garden shed can contend against these previous entries? Submit your entry on the Reader Sheds website before 12th May for your chance to be crowned 2017’s winner.

Lead image: readersheds.co.uk

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