Emerald Sheds and Olympian Garages Now Available In Anthracite Grey

The Emerald range of sheds and garages from Shed Baron is now available in Anthracite Grey. Will this colour replace green for popularity within British gardens? Robert Hall investigates.

Created by Robert Hall on Wednesday, 29th of October, 2014.
Updated on Tuesday, 1st of September, 2015.


Shed Baron Emerald Sheds and Olympian Garages Now Available In Anthracite Grey

StoreMore have now introduced a new colour to their extensive range of Shed Baron Emerald metal sheds and garages.

Called Anthracite, the new colour option is a grey powder coated finish that is now available when you buy an Olympian Grange, Parkdale, Rosedale or Springdale shed.

Green vs Grey Sheds

Metal sheds have come a long way over the past twenty years, now becoming a first choice option for many people who are looking at adding cheap extra storage to their home.

Most metal sheds currently available on the UK market are finished in a green colour. However, the introduction of the Anthracite grey shed will be interesting as it provides a new option available to UK consumers.

Will it prove popular? Well first indications from retailers like GardenSite would seem to say yes, especially in urban areas like London, Birmingham and Manchester.

Shed Baron Emerald Metal Garages

The Olympian Garage provides ideal storage for your car, whilst allowing extra room for a variety of storage requirements. It now comes in Anchracite Grey as well as Emerald Green. Ideal if you want to impress your neighbours.

Shed Baron Emerald Metal Sheds

Previously only available in green, these sheds are now also available in Anchracite grey.

The 6ft wide Parkdale is ideal when space is limited or you just need some additional storage space. Available as a 6x4, 6x6 and 6x8 shed.

The 8ft wide Rosedale is the perfect shed for storing your garden and home products. Available as a 8x6, 8x8 and 8x10 shed.

The 10ft wide Springdale is the ideal large shed. Big and roomy you can get a lot in this shed. Available as a 10x8, 10x10 and 10x12 building.

To find out more about the Emerald range of metal buildings call the GardenSite Garden Building teams on 0121 355 7701.

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