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Why a ‘Plain Hut’?

In order for things to stay the same, they must change.” – Guiseppe di Lampedusa

We’re talking philosophy here, not your favourite fish slice, more building blocks of life. If we accept change then the important things will stay the same. Change is inevitable and the best we can do is prepare for it so that we can accommodate those ups and downs as they happen: we buy the biggest house we can afford, kids come along and then there is nowhere for Grandma and Granddad to visit/babysit; redundancy hits and its decided to do bed and breakfast to make ends meet; the talented teenage drummer needs somewhere away from the house to practice so sanity is maintained; mum becomes obsessed with family history and needs somewhere to leave documents out untouched; dad ‘gets into flight sim and goes the whole hog with two monitors, rudder and joystick and is genuinely surprised to find that all this new shiny kit is not appreciated in the lounge; your eldest can’t get a job and returns from uni needing a bed and independence; etc etc.

Solution: a Plain Hut.

A Plain Hut is the ultimate flexible space. It needs no planning, looks charming, and is a cost effective alternative to a ‘shed’.

Plain Huts have specifically considered the occupant of the hut, the hut is completely insulated, and the double glazed windows frame the view and bring the outside in. The interior feels light and airy even when the doors are shut. The powder coated frames need no maintenance and they can be securely locked. The hut is ready for use at the drop of a hat, bedding can be stored in situ, just throw some flowers in a jar and hand your guests the key.

Just one more point: When you move the Hut moves with you! How good is that?

If you don’t believe me…

In order for things to stay the same, they must change.” – Guiseppe di Lampedusa

We’re talking philosophy here, not your favourite fish slice, more building blocks of life. If we accept change then the important things will stay the same. Change is inevitable and the best we can do is prepare for it so that we can accommodate those ups and downs as they happen: we buy the biggest house we can afford, kids come along and then there is nowhere for Grandma and Granddad to visit/babysit; redundancy hits and its decided to do bed and breakfast to make ends meet; the talented teenage drummer needs somewhere away from the house to practice so sanity is maintained; mum becomes obsessed with family history and needs somewhere to leave documents out untouched; dad ‘gets into flight sim and goes the whole hog with two monitors, rudder and joystick and is genuinely surprised to find that all this new shiny kit is not appreciated in the lounge; your eldest can’t get a job and returns from uni needing a bed and independence; etc etc.

Solution: a Plain Hut.

A Plain Hut is the ultimate flexible space. It needs no planning, looks charming, and is a cost effective alternative to a ‘shed’.

Plain Huts have specifically considered the occupant of the hut, the hut is completely insulated, and the double glazed windows frame the view and bring the outside in. The interior feels light and airy even when the doors are shut. The powder coated frames need no maintenance and they can be securely locked. The hut is ready for use at the drop of a hat, bedding can be stored in situ, just throw some flowers in a jar and hand your guests the key.

Just one more point: When you move the Hut moves with you! How good is that?

If you don’t believe me…