Add Some Storage in a Side Yard

The side yard is often where AC units, electrical meters, and garbage cans find refuge, but you can also use the side yard for covered storage, making it useful and attractive. For people with a wide side yard, you can put in a large storage unit like this 6′x12′ shed, but even those with a narrow side yard can get a nice bit of storage that looks good.

A narrow storage shed against the house still allows ample passage. It also blocks  views of the garbage cans and utilities.

A narrow storage shed against the house still allows ample passage. It also blocks views of the garbage cans and utilities.

Small storage but easily accessible with wide doors.

This 3′x7′ shed features a shed roof with exposed rafter tails, cypress siding and trim, and cypress beadboard doors with heavy duty hinges.

Shed storage access doors

Wide paired doors on the shed allows easy access to the interior.

 

2 Responses to Add Some Storage in a Side Yard

  1. Yafaa Chaudhary says:

    I was wondering how much it costs to install a side storage space on the house. Thanks

  2. ROY BALL says:

    COST OF SIDE YARD SHED?

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