- A great way to build a storage shed along a fence or side of the house with 48 square feet of storage space.
Check out the different styles of sheds we offer in the 4x12 shed size. If you are in the planning stages to add more storage space to your yard or garden we have several styles of this versatile shed size.
Like all of our shed plans the 4x12 garden shed plans shown above all come with a materials list to help you plan and budget for your new shed before you start building you shed.
The different styles of 4x10 sheds shown above are designed to fit most storage needs in this longer shed size. We have styles that have a lean to shed style and a gable roof style. We also have a firewood shed design that uses a salt box shed roof.
4x12 Lean To Shed Plans: The lean to shed design is the easiest of our 4x12 backyard shed styles to build because the roof framing is made from a single board.
The 4x12 lean to shed plans come with instructions to build the shed door on either the long or short walls. It comes with door plans for our 5'-8" x 5'-10 1/2" double door or the 2'-11" x 5'-10 1/2" door on the short end walls of the shed.
The roof for 4x12 lean to shed is a 4 in 12 pitch roof which allows you to install asphalt roofing shingles on the roof without any additional roofing.
4x12 Firewood Shed Plans: The 4x10 firewood shed plans are designed to help you season your firewood and keep it dry and ready to burn. The floor boards in our firewood sheds are spaced to allow cool air flow up from under the shed and through the wood and out the front opening. The large front opening allows easy access to your firewood and makes it easier to stack wood in this longer firewood storage shed.
4x12 Backyard Shed Plans: The backyard style of 4x12 shed designs has a gable roof installed on it. The gable roof allow for a different look and makes both the shed walls the same height. This shed also has the ability to have the shed doors installed on any of the 4 shed walls. You can install a larger double door on the longer shed walls or a narrower door on the end walls, or both!
The planning phase of your shed building project is one of the most important parts of building your shed. Review these questions and make sure that you get good answers to them before building your new shed:
iCreatables.com has all your shed planning and design resources to get your project off the ground. We have easy to follow How To Build a Shed videos that show you every step in the shed building process. These videos include shed building for lean to sheds and backyard gable shed styles.
Each set of shed plans comes with our How To Build A Shed Manual that shows you how to build all the different parts of your shed. This includes building a shed foundation and floor, shed walls, shed roofs, installing windows, installing siding and trim.
iCreatables.com has the perfect 4x12 backyard shed plans to get your shed building project going and help you build the shed you want. Click on the links above to find out more information on our 4x12 shed plans. Let us help you start building today!