From floating retreat to vintage taxi: 2018's Shed of the Year shortlist
A floating shed packed with musical instruments, a vintage taxi used as a spare bedroom, and a luxurious yurt complete with spiral staircase – all feature in this year's Shed of the Year shortlist. Created by enthusiastic amateurs, the competition contains some of the most interesting self-built architecture you'll see in one place.
Now in its 11th year, the 2018 Cuprinol Shed of the Year shortlist consists of 24 sheds, drawn from a total of 2,971 entries. As we said last year, international readers unfamiliar with the UK shedding scene can think of it as somewhat similar to the USA's tiny house movement, but with a big dose of British eccentricity.
"We've been absolutely blown away by the incredible, imaginative and innovative sheds entered into this year's competition," says Shed of the Year founder Andrew Wilcox. "I've judged the finalists eleven years running now, and it's amazing to see how the s