Outdoor Living7 min

See What You Can Build with LP® on FYI's He Shed She Shed

When you build a shed with LP® products, you can unleash your creativity and make it so much more than a shed. That’s the idea behind an exciting new TV series, He Shed She Shed, which premiered Saturday, April 2, 2016, on the FYI Television Network. The first season of this DIY design series consists of six one-hour episodes. He Shed She Shed celebrates the trend of turning backyard sheds into functional and creative outdoor living spaces. From pub-sheds used as man caves and “shed-quarters” serving as alternative work spaces, to the latest trend of she-sheds designed as female-based sanctuaries, sheds are the latest small space craze. What used to be just a humble garden outbuilding is now fast becoming a way for owners to express creativity and to fill a practical space missing from their traditional home.

America, Get Your Shed Together!

Each episode of He Shed She Shed follows two homeowners, friends or neighbors in the ultimate male vs. female backyard shed showdown – as they build and design a unique he-shed and she-shed. The series also shows off existing sheds across the country and meets with the owners to learn about their inspiration in creating the unique outdoor space. In the April 2nd series premiere, two party-loving homeowners turned their outdoor sheds into backyard bars. In California, a pirate-obsessed guy turned his shed into a pirate pub, complete with a mast, sails and secret bar. Meanwhile in Austin, Texas, a mega-party hostess created a tiki bar she-shed that’s built for entertaining her huge group of friends.
Tune in this Saturday, April 9, and keep an eye out for LP products in the second He Shed She Shed episode, “Hobby Hideaways.”   Stay Tuned for Your Chance to WIN!   LP Shed is sponsoring a special shed sweepstakes where you could win $2,000 and a prize pack to help you get started with your own personalized shed building! Visit www.lpshed.com/FYI beginning on April 6 to enter the sweepstakes!   Missed an Episode?
If you miss an episode of He Shed, She Shed, never fear! Visit www.lpshed.com/FYI to see photos and a recap of each show in the series.
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Curb Appeal5 min

Paint Color Combinations to Enhance Your Home’s Exterior

When it comes to a remodeling project, one of the first concerns homeowners have is paint color. With a plethora of color options and everchanging color trends, picking the right color to accentuate your home’s exterior can be quite a daunting task. Because picking the right paint colors can be the difference between good and great, we’re taking a deep dive into the color trends of today.

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Curb Appeal6 min
Top 4 Outdoor Holiday Decorating Ideas & Tips

Once the autumn leaves have fallen and the nights begin to grow longer, it’s the annual signal that it’s time to start decorating for the holidays. And while many homeowners divert their attention to interior holiday décor, giving your home’s exterior a festive punch will ensure it’s a showstopper the moment friends and family pull into the driveaway. Need some outdoor holiday decorating ideas? We compiled the top 2019 exterior decorating trends that will be all the rage this holiday season.

Curb Appeal5 min
Best Siding Choices For Bungalows

When it comes to a remodeling project, one of the first concerns homeowners have is paint color. With the plethora of color options and everchanging color trends, picking the right color to accentuate your home’s exterior can be quite a daunting task. Because picking the right paint colors can be the difference between good and great, we’re taking a deep dive into the color trends of today.

Renovation4 min
Best Siding Choices For Victorian Homes

When people picture a Victorian house, they often imagine a brightly colored doll house, with fanciful and embellished architectural details. Actually, the term “Victorian” refers to the architectural styles that emerged during the 80-year reign of Queen Victoria. While the Queen Anne style (with its heavy ornamentation, gabled roofs and bright paint themes) mark one of America’s favorite Victorian homes, it is often surprising to learn that there are eight architectural styles that are officially classified as Victorian.