This small wooden outbuilding (3 x 4 m) with its wooden openwork wall does not resemble a traditional tool house. However, it is exactly that. The modern outbuilding is based on a wooden construction and has interior walls made of OSB. The external façade, on the other hand, is made of Siberian larch. This species of wood is sourced from the Taiga region, where it goes through a real boot camp. It is therefore highly resistant to various weather conditions and other external factors. At the same time, it blends in very well with modern residential façades.
Thanks to the fact that the wooden garden outbuilding is not permanently attached to the ground, you can place it almost anywhere. In this project, in accordance with the owners' wishes, we placed it on a pre-prepared base of concrete slabs. It looks great next to the house, which, like it, has been adjusted to the slope on the plot.
The roof of this wooden garden outbuilding is visible from the terrace of the owners' house. It is therefore covered by an aesthetically pleasing welded membrane, which completes its modern design.
A modern garden tool house
This building is designed to store all your garden tools and equipment. It will accommodate a lawnmower as well as irrigation equipment and even garden furniture. Just like many other items. For example, by placing shelves on the walls, you can store various small equipment and accessories.
The door flush with the façade and the concealed lock are almost invisible from the outside. Therefore, the tool house looks as if it does not have them. Such a cleverly concealed entrance contributes to the visual order of the surroundings. The owners are delighted. If you too like this project and would like to construct a similar wooden garden outbuilding, please contact us.