26. The Tudor-Style Shed
This is another shed with character. To say it is adorable is probably an understatement.
However, I’m not sure I would recommend this build to a beginner. Because of the style, it has a few angle cuts due to the sloping sides.
This makes for a really neat look but a little bit more of a difficult build for the amateur DIY builder.
|Dimensions (feet)||8 x 7|
27. The Board-And-Batten Shed
This shed is a functional shed. It is large enough in size that you could store more than a few garden tools.
I love garden tool sheds, but I always have to have another shed that can hold my other outdoor ‘stuff’ too. So if you are needing a shed a little larger to hold your medium sized items, this might be a good option for you.
|Dimensions (feet)||7 x 8|
28. The Narrow Shed
This is a very compact shed. It measures 7ft wide and only 4ft deep.
However, if you are someone with a smaller backyard space or maybe you just don’t need a larger shed this could be a great fit for your needs.
Though it is compact, the plans are laid out for you and claim that with the right organizational system you can fit a lot into this smaller space.
|Dimensions (feet)||7 x 4|
29. The Traditional Tool Shed
When I think of the term ‘tool shed’ this is what I think of. It is a smaller shed, yet still big enough to walk into.
It has just the right amount of room for the tools you need for a small vegetable or flower garden. This shed would also be small enough that you could build it right next to your garden and it would never be in the way.
|Dimensions (feet)||2 x 4|
30. The Wood Shed
This shed is literally a firewoodshed. It isn’t where you would want to store items that need to be extremely protected from the elements.
However, if you literally needed to store wood or a few other items that could withstand the wind or rain in small amounts this would be a great option for you.
|Dimensions (feet)||8 x 4|
31. The Firewood Shed
Need a place to store your firewood? This is it.
It appears to be a very simple build. This wood shed has a great covered roof to protect your wood from getting wet.
What I love the most are the sides that help to keep your wood piles straight. That is always the scariest part of a wood pile, the threat of it falling over on you. It doesn’t seem to be much of a worry with this woodshed.
|Dimensions (feet)||1.25 x 4|
32. The Mini Garden Shed #2
If you don’t have the room for a full sized shed, no worries. If you are looking for a shed that will still add a touch of style to your yard while also on a miniature level, no worries.
Why? Because this shed has both. It is a great little build that can provide all of the storage you need for small hand tools. All the while, adding a little finesse to your backyard.
|Dimensions (feet)||2.25 x 1|
33. The Garden Closet
I love the name of this shed. Who wouldn’t love to have a closet in their backyard? It creates a nice little space for garden clothing and tools, all while not taking up a ton of space.
Another added bonus to this garden closet is it is not very expensive to build either. It could be a great little addition to any type of home and serve as a great space to keep your garden tools organized.
|Dimensions (feet)||3 x 2|
34. The Neighborhood Shed
This shed reminds me of something you’d see in the quaint subdivisions on late 80’s early 90’s movies like Father of the Bride. It just fits into that setting.
So to say that this shed is going to be functional and add a touch of eye candy would be dead on. This shed has ample room to store almost any of your outdoor supplies. And it can add a little charm to your home too.
|Dimensions (feet)||12 x 7|
35. The Budget Friendly Shed
This is another cute shed. What makes it even better is that it was created with the idea of going easy on your wallet. Does it get much better than that?
Actually, it does. They not only tell you how to save money building this shed but also provide easy to read plans too. A shed that has lots of character, is inexpensive and has plans provided to make the build easier is an option worth considering.
|Dimensions (feet)||12 x 8|
36-45. Ten Free Shed Plans by HowToSpecialist
From firewood shed, pole barn shed, to tiny house plans, HowToSpecialist has them all. In this page, you will find 10 free storage shed plans designed in 3D Sketch Up complete with the material list.
Here are all the plans available on this page:
- Small Firewood Shed (3×6)
- Large Firewood Shed (16×6)
- Lean-to Shed (4×8)
- Lean-to Shed (8×12)
- Run-in Shed (12×18)
- Storage Shed (12×20)
- Pole Barn Shed (16×20)
- Barn Shed (12×16)
- Gable Shed (12×16)
- Tiny House (8×12)
46. 10 x 12 Garden Tool And Lawn Tractor Storage Shed
So you have a bigger yard, and you need a place to store larger yard equipment. Well, this could very well be the shed you need. It is sharp in the looks department but is also very functional.
This shed comes with additional lofts in the top for easy storage. It is also on a concrete slab which means it will be a permanent fixture for your property. So if it is going to be there for all time, you might as well make it look good and meet your needs too.
|Dimensions (feet)||10 x 12|
47. 10 x 14 All Purpose Storage Shed
This shed looks very similar to the one mentioned above. It, too, is on a permanent foundation. It also has additional lofts as well for additional storage.
The plans are very detailed and with the right carpentry skills, this shed could add lots of value to your property. If you need a shed for lots of different types of storage, this one might be just what you’ve been looking for.
|Dimensions (feet)||10 x 14|
48. The DIY Simple Tool Shed
This tool shed is meant to be constructed in one day. It is simple enough that it could easily be a DIY project. This is a smaller shed meant simply to hold small garden items.
The plans are easy enough to read. Another great feature of this tool shed is that it does have shelving that would be a great place to store fertilizers and chemicals out of the reach of children and pets.
|Dimensions (feet)||3.5 x 2|