Types Of Log Style Sheds And Their Uses
Log sheds and cabins are great for storage purposes, home offices, playhouses, weekend retreats, romantic getaways, and so much more. And wood shed and cabin kits are a great, affordable alternative to the pricey custom built options. Redfin has more on the topic in their article "How to Do A Cheap DIY Shed Build | Redfin". Depending on your specific needs and intended uses, one type of log style shed or cabin kit may prove more efficient than others. A few of the most popular kits and their uses are briefly described below.
Log-Style Shed Kit
A log style shed can be considered as an additional room or an extension of your home. About the size of a standard bedroom, shed kits are very versatile since they can be placed just about anywhere and effectively used for garden storage, pool storage or even leisure purposes. Storage shed kits are typically between 50 and 140 sq ft – just enough space have immediate access to all of your gardening goodies while planting seedlings or arranging flowers in the comfort of your own garden getaway.
Log-Style Cabin Kit
Somewhat larger than a standard bedroom, log cabins are excellent choices for setting up a private retreat on your undeveloped property (sure beats a tent!), or creating a comfortable hideaway in your backyard.
Garden Cabin Kit
As the name implies, garden cabins are the perfect solution for additional living space. They offer a cozy extra room for home office, art studio, she shed or man cave or any other hangout kind of place. They are so good looking that you can even turn one into a tiny guest cabin!
Summer House Kit
The summer house is the crème de la crème of log cabin kits. These homes are tailored to the consumer who desires spacious living quarters. Whether the purpose is an actual summer cabin or a transition home on your dream lot, these cabin kits present the space and designs to provide ultimate livability at unbeatable prices.
Regardless of your log cabin selection, it should be constructed of 100% natural wood and include doors and windows. Your supplier of choice can describe in detail all the specifications of your outdoor wood kit.