Here are things to take into account:
Shed design vs House design
A garden shed is more than just a storage. It has a great impact on the overall look and feel of your possession. So, you should choose your shed design to pretty match your home design. Such things as the roof and siding material on your home and the shape of windows and doors are to be paid attention to for you to be happy with your purchase in the long run.
Blending with your landscape
If you want your new shed to suit your property, you should consider it as a part of your landscape. Plants, flower beds, bushes and trees may help you to make your shed blend with your home landscape and make it more aesthetically appealing to you.
Building codes and restrictions
If you decided to acquire a shed, you should be familiar with all the local regulations and requirements. In some areas, you have to acquire a building permit for even a simple garden shed, and your building code is determined depending on both the place you are going to put your shed on your property and the siding materials you are going to implement.
The size of your shed
The last but not less important thing to consider is to find out whether your storage shed is big enough for storing all the items you need. Ensure it is wide enough to keep the largest equipment, and don’t forget about the door design – it should be also wide enough to let the things to easily get in and out.