Having a shed that looks strikingly different in architecture and style from your main home can be a huge eyesore. If you favor a more uniform and consistent aesthetic to your property, then here are some ways you can match your shed to the look and style of your home.
One of the easiest and cheapest ways to match your shed to your home is by color coordinating the two structures. Usually, you will match your shed to your home, not the other way around. While significantly altering the architecture of a shed can quickly add up budget wise, a can or two of paint is a quite cost effective way to match the two structures and make your property shine.
When matching your shed to your home, your main goal is to make your shed look like an extension of your house, and a house isn’t a home unless it has some sort of décor. Decorating the outside of your shed similar to how you decorated the outside of your home is another relatively inexpensive way to make the two structures look like they belong next to each other. From trim, molding and siding to wall art and string lights, anything you use to decorate the outside of your home can also be used to decorate the outside of your shed.
If your home has a porch, a deck, or an awning, you can also add these elements to your shed to make it look almost like a mini version of your home. The same goes for windows if they are a prominent feature on the outside of your home.
To truly match your shed to your home, you’re going to need options when it comes to the body, roof, trim, and color of your shed. Luckily, the pros at Superior Sheds have a vast inventory of different shed models and features that you can choose from to match your specific style. Our different custom-built sheds include our Bungalow, Cabana, Country Inn, and Double & Triple Wide models. We carry all of these options to guarantee the outdoor living structure you choose best fits your budget and functional needs.
Call Superior Sheds today at 1-877-439-7433 to talk to one of our experienced staff members about your specific shed design, building, and installation requirements.