A storage shed can be a very useful space when used appropriately. However, since it's a space that is used for utility, homeowners often don't give much thought as to how it is arranged. During the spring and summer months, yard tools are frequently hulled in and out to assist in landscaping projects. In the winter, you may have to scramble to find snow shovels and sleds, certainly not something anyone wants to do in a harsh winter.
Outdoor Storage Sheds as Part of the Landscape - Integrate your outbuilding into the surrounding landscape. Plants can help outdoor storage sheds blend into a yard, rather than sticking out like sore thumbs. Establish garden beds around your unit and plant them with annuals or perennials. You can also install trellises up against the walls of outdoor storage sheds and adorn the walls with vine plants.