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The Christow Slimline Garden Shed Perfect For Small Gardens!

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The Christow Slimline Garden Shed Perfect For Small Gardens!

This is a great space-saving storage solution. The Christow Slimline Garden Shed has an attractive, slimline design with three internal shelves and ample space for pots, tools and other essentials. Its compact sentry-box design makes it perfect for a patio, deck or smaller garden spaces.

It’s certainly a sturdy wooden construction, the shed is made from hardwearing Chinese fir with a colour-painted finish to protect it from the elements. Its slanted, apex roof has a durable felt coating to shelter it from the sun and rain. We really like the main storage area, it has a hinged door with a metal latch which you can padlock to keep your equipment safe. It contains three storage shelves for weed killer, pots and garden essentials alongside a full height section to prop up a lawnmower, shovel and taller items.

In addition to the main storage area, the slimline shed features a small roof hatch to store additional items. It’s perfect for storing stuff you rarely use, such as plant seeds, bird feed and charcoal briquettes for the BBQ. The door has a metal latch to keep it securely closed.

We found it super easy to assemble with the full fixings that were included. The shed is delivered flat-packed with full fixings and instructions for simple assembly. All you need to bring to the party is a standard cross-head screwdriver to tighten everything up. It’s far easier to assemble with help from a friend and can be set up and ready in under 40 minutes.

Features & Specifications

  • Christow Slimline Garden Shed
  • Chinese fir wood construction
  • Felt roof for weather protection
  • 3 storage shelves and roof hatch
  • Attractive ‘Christow’ plaque
  • Metal latch to padlock shed
  • Fixings and instructions included
  • Size (cm): H179.5 x W77.5 x D54.2

We enjoyed putting this together, it wasn’t difficult but I would have found it impossible on my own as you need to line things up, particularly the shelves. It looks great and it’s perfect for what I wanted, there is surprisingly more space than i expected. We have two of these great little sheds for our garden and they’re perfect for all out needs. One is being used for basic gardening stuff and the other is being used to house bird seed, logs and kinderling for the fire with two shelves free for potting plants out of the wind.

The shelves detach easily enough to make more room if needed and the bolts and extra cubby hole in the roof make for great security and extra space for small things too.

All in all a great and highly recommend product that is becoming an essential part of the garden.

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58 Comments

  1. I dont really keep my garden organised well as I dont have any storage so this would be perfect. I have old plant pots lined up by the house I need to replent and kids toys neatly piled to one side

  2. I have only planted things we can eat – fruit trees and herb shrubs which are planted densely so there are less weeds. Pruning on the shrubs is automatic as we cut for cooking – regular use of rosemary, sage, oregano, chives, bay is delightful and useful.

  3. I’m moving into my new home on March, my first home ever with a garden… I’ve never really had a garden so couldn’t answer that question for now but this little shed would be perfect for my new home and would keep all my gardening tools organised

  4. We have quite a large unruly garden, quite a few trees, bushes, bird feeding tables etc. It takes time to keep it looking nice, but we certainly get the pleasure from the garden. Can’t wait till the warm weather comes back and we can start eating outside again and then really make the most of it.

  5. Had overgrown fenced plot cleared this winter so much planning ahead starting from scratch! As plot not attached to house would be wonderful to have somewhere to store things.

  6. I sweep the paths when I clean the kitchen floor. It’s a bizarre tip, but it helps me to remember to do it and a neat path makes the whole garden look neater than it really is.

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