The winner of Shed of the Year was an unlikely recycled entry in the competition.
Sheddie John Plumridge from Shrewsbury took out the 2012 title for his shed which has a lovely bar inside.
The shed started as a pagoda and through the use of recycled materials was built up into a tiny garden bar.
It features beer bottles from around the world, seating for family and friends, a bar and an excellent atmosphere.
More than 2,000 creative garden dens were entered this year in the competition run by ShedBlog and Cuprinol.
Judges included Head Sheddie’ and creator of the competition Uncle Wilco, property guru and shed fan Sarah Beeny, world famous author and sheddie Neil Gaiman, author and creator of Shedworking Alex Johnson, and 2011 winner Jon Earl.
But since the winner was announced it has been another shed grabbing the attention of the public.
Geoff Hill and his shed were runner up in the competition and took out the top prize in the unique shed category.
His shed can take to the water as the only floating shed entered in the competition.
The floating shed is on the Dyfi Estuary near the Mid Wales seaside resort of Aberdovey.
The shed can be accessed by boat or by swimming.
It was built to draw attention to the nearby boat yard but is now somewhat of a tourist attraction.
People are encouraged to take whatever they need from the shed and leave something else useful behind.
There were many amazing sheds in the competition this year, for more details visit the Shed Blog.
*photographs from the Shed Blog