Kofa keppni fyrir fullorðna er það BESTA sem þú sérð í vikunni! – MYNDIR!

Þessi kofi er notaður sem brugghús en hann var upphaflega hænsnakofi!

Þessi kofi er í eigu Karen Scott og er talinn sigurstranglegur í ár.

Vying for top spot: This shed, called Cliffhanger and owned by Karen Scott from Cromer, Norfolk, is also in the running for Shed of the Year

Lofty position: Terry Meredith, from Dursley, Gloucestershire, built his shed 4.5 metres in the air, supported by four oak trees.The tree house seats 10 people, houses two beds and even has a barbecue in the centre for special occasions

Hideaway: Keith Brown, of Croydon, Surrey has entered this shed, called The Pirate Retreat which features an array of lanterns and bells

On the move: Also in contention for Shed of the Year 2015 is the mobile Pixie Cabin (pictured) owned by Mark Burton from Surrey

Watering hole: Michael Jelley, from Chichester, West Sussex, opened up a traditional-looking bar in his shed, called The Biker's

The Micro Shed (pictured) has been entered in to the competition by Colin Edmonson from Leigh, Greater ManchesterThe Garden House (pictured) is owned by Tim Concannon from Buriton, Hampshire

Green thinking: The competition includes a category for environmentally friendly sheds. This Eco Dome is owned by Paul Robinson from Brampton in Cumbria

From out of space: This 'Starliner Diner' was entered by Chris Galley from Chichester, West Sussex. The retro diner doubles as a party venue and somewhere to relax. It features a diner booth made from old boat seats, as well as homemade furniture and restored vintage jukeboxes

Þessi er ruddalega kósí.

Carving out a reputation: The Cabin of the Green Man is owned by Luke Anthony Wesley from Bedford in Bedfordshire. There has been a record number of entrants to the competition, which has been running for nine years