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Victorian Sheds

Victorian shed plans are popular requirements for people who are enhancing an expansive outdoor area. The Victorian shed design appeals to many, because it has a distinctive charm that livens up your garden or your entire home design. Victorian architecture, in general, refers to the designs popular during the middle to late 19th century, the reign of Queen Victoria of England. It is an era known for ornate designs, bright colors, and lots of decorations. Overall, everything was more elaborate than simple. So, if you’ll be looking at Victorian shed plans today, you’ll notice a reference to the stylish houses of that time.

Specifications

Foundation Beams • 
4" x 4" Pressure-Treated Timber
Floor Joists • 
2" x 4" - 16" on center
Flooring • 
5/8" Exterior Plywood
Side Walls • 
2" x 4" - 16" on center
Siding • 
T-111, Cedar Clapboard or Vinyl Siding
Rafter Trusses • 
2" x 4" - 16" on center - engineered
Roof • 
Exterior Sheathing 3-Ply Plywood
Shingles • 
20 Year Asphalt Shingles or #1 Western Red Cedar Shake
Windows • 
White or Brown Vertical Slider with Screen or Wooden Double Hung
Doors • 
Heavy Constructed Reinforced Frame inside Door with 1" X 3" Trim on Outside
Additional Standard Accessories • 
Solid Wood Trim • Shutters • Gable Vents • Flower Boxes
Options • 
Cupola • Preasure - Treated Ramp
Shed Sizes
8' 10' 12' 14'
6' x 8' 10' x 10' 12' x 12' 14' x 20'
8' x 8' 10' x 12' 12' x 14' 14' x 24'
8' x 10' 10' x 14' 12' x 16' 14' x 28'
8' x 12' 10' x 16' 12' x 18'  
8' x 14' 10' x 18' 12' x 20'  
8' x 16' 10' x 20' 12' x 22'  
  10' x 24' 12' x 24'  
    12' x 28  
    12' x 32'  

 

Victorian Shed

Satisfied Customer:

Emily
From my first in home consultation, to discuss my shed needs, to the installation being completed, it was a smooth and seamless project. Michael handled every step of the project with great attention to every detail. I am sure my new garden shed will exceed my needs for many years to come.
Wilton, CT
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