Get Rid of the Clutter With a New Storage Shed
Usually people look for storage sheds or garages only after they have a need for them, but how about switching it up and doing the opposite? Amish furniture and buildings are so aesthetically pleasing and durable that you may realize that you want one before you even know what to put in it. Luckily, here’s a short list to get you thinking about the endless possibilities:
Outdoor animals. Amish horse barns and run-ins are sturdy enough with withstand harsh weather — maybe not a huge tornado, but a good rainstorm is no match. You can let your animals roam outside without worrying that they could get stuck in the rain and not have shelter. Or maybe you have, who knows, a few ducks or goats that need their own space. Many Amish furniture sellers have pre-planned hatches and little houses that have been perfectly designed for certain animals. It might be a little harder to find the perfect peacock house at Home Depot, but small businesses that offer Amish built sheds often give you the option to design your own building. Your little peacocks can always be safe.
A comically large lawnmower. Yes, you have an awesome new lawnmower and everyone should be jealous but no, you do not want to keep mowing every lawn on your street because “Hey, you look like you’re having so much fun riding that thing, maybe you want to take it for a spin around my house, eh?” is getting pretty old by now. Amish storage sheds are great for storing bulky equipment and they look pretty darn aesthetically pleasing, too. So you can still brag about the lawnmower when someone comments on your storage shed, but you can easily take advantage of the lie that “Oh sorry, it’s just soooo difficult to get out, you know?”
Really valuable lawn flamingos. Some people have them, okay?! And some people got pretty irritated when the neighborhood youths “decorated” them this past Halloween. Well, even if you don’t have lawn decorations, Amish built barns and Amish storage sheds can hold just about any piece of valuable equipment you have. Amish woodcrafting is a trade that has been around for over a hundred years, and this has allowed crafters to develop the most reliable structures possible. Many Amish storage sheds come with reinforced doors, heavy door trim, and are made with high quality materials — you probably already know that a lot of Amish furniture is made with 100% wood because even though factory-produced synthetic materials would be easier to mold, Amish woodcrafters are concerned with quality and not quantity. Amish sheds and barns are not different; even if they are not made with 100% wood, the craftsmen always use the best quality materials available.