The remarkable nominees for the annual Shed of the Year competition have been announced - featuring a Shakespeare-themed haven and a garden-based space station.
Some of the structures hoping to win the coveted Shed of the Year title are so complex they required planning permission to be built.
A total of 21 finalists have been announced by the judges of the competition - which is now in its 13th year.
Sheffield-based George Smallwood won the 2018 edition for his Bee Eco Shed, a haven for honeybees and other insects.
An artist’s workshop in Bristol, a live-in shed/lorry in Hampshire and a beach bar shack in Northamptonshire are also among the 21 finalists vying for the Cuprinol-sponsored public vote.
A new category has been added this year for entrants wanting to show off designs inspired by nature, demonstrating the shift towards unlandscaped gardens, organisers said.
The overall winner will receive £1,000, a plaque and £100 of Cuprinol products.
Voting is open to the public until 29th August and you can vote for your favourite now.