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How Millennials are re-imagining the shed for the 21st century

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Britain’s 18-24 year olds are five times more likely to use their sheds for recreational activities than their parents and grandparents, according to new research from garden building specialist Waltons . The survey also revealed that Britain’s 18-24 year olds are nine times more likely to use their shed as a summerhouse than their parents, (those aged 45-54) who were more likely to use their garden building for its primary purpose. The study also shows that Britain’s over-55s are investing the least amount of money into their sheds (£306), compared with young adults, aged 18-24, who spend on average £420. “Its clear to see that young people are becoming more aspirational when it comes to their homes and gardens. You could say they’re enjoying the finer things in life a lot earlier on,” said Waltons spokesperson Aaron Ketland. -------------------------------------------------------------------- - Monday posts are sponsored by garden2office, the Swedish garden office specialists. Click here for more details .






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