The Posh Shed Company is gearing up for this year’s BBC Gardener’s World Live, as it will be appearing on not just one stand, but three, showing off some of its sheds, including The Gothic and Southwold sheds, as well as their brand new Posh Bat Box.
The company’s Gothic Shed, which has an elegant, traditional design, with its detailed fascia boards and Gothic arches within the door and window frames, is the perfect match for the romantic styling of Claudia de Yong’s garden, which can be seen at stand APL2.
Claudia is renowned for using the finest materials and carefully chosen plants in her garden design, focusing on creating an outdoor ‘room’ which combine pots, plants, furniture, outdoor accessories to create a look and feel that is as individual as the client. For these reasons, the partnership seemed entirely natural, with The Posh Shed Company sharing this passion for the highest quality materials and workmanship. Available in five sizes and three roof options, The Gothic Shed is the perfect addition to any garden, adding a touch of romance and drama. It can even be painted in a range of Farrow & Ball, Little Greene Paint or Sadolin paints, meaning it can either blend beautifully into the background or become an eye-catching focal point.
The Southwold Shed will be incorporated into two stands; the Bat Conservation Trust’s garden at stand G524 and Roses UK’s garden at stand R3. The Southwold has a traditional beach hut design with a covered veranda to provide gardeners with a handy spot to leave their garden tools. The veranda is also wide enough to decorate with potted plants.
The Southwold has been designed to evoke memories of seaside holidays whilst fitting into a garden setting and offering the usual characteristics and benefits of a shed, such as storage and an outdoor living space. The Southwold is available in all Posh Shed colours and customers can choose from the three different roof options of felt shingle, slate effect and cedar shingle.
Roses UK, a marketing project funded exclusively by BARB (British Association Of Rose Breeders), is aimed at maintaining and increasing the profile of the nation’s favourite flower, the rose. As a quintessentially ‘British’ flower, what better flower to compliment a quintessentially British beach hut?
The Southwold Shed on the Bat Conservation Trust’s stand will even be fitted with one of The Posh Shed Company’s brand new Posh Bat Boxes. Richard Frost, CEO at The Posh Shed Company, explained: “Bats play an essential part in the biodiversity of the planet as both pollinators and ‘pest controllers’. It’s up to us to create new habitats to help bats survive and thrive, and our Posh Bat Boxes are built to B.C.T. recommended specifications, designed to be draught free and thermally stable.”
“BBC Gardeners’ World Live is a great opportunity for us to work with exciting designers such as Claudia, and with worthy causes such as the Bat Conservation Trust and Roses UK, whilst at the same time displaying our sheds and accessories. We can’t wait for the show, and we are looking forward to seeing people’s reactions.” adds Richard.
The Gothic Shed starts at £2,800 including VAT.
The Southwold retails from £2,350 including VAT.
The Posh Bat Boxes retails at £60 including VAT.
For further information about The Posh Shed Company and its range of wooden sheds and garden accessories please visit www.theposhshedcompany.co.uk or call 01544 387101.
For further information about Gardeners World Live, visit https://www.bbcgardenersworldlive.com