garage was designed with your vehicle in mind, but it has evolved into a space that does more than sheltering cars and bikes; some people use it as their home-based workshop, complete with workbench, lathe, milling rig and stuff, or as a ‘factory’ that makes computer that subsequently became a multibillion, publicly traded company, but for most mundane people, it could be the holding place for your lawnmower, gardening tools, kayak, waterjet et cetera – basically everything that doesn’t belong indoor are being stash there. you need more space and you wish you could apply to the authority to expand the structure. drop a few grand for an architect to draw up an expansion plan and the list goes on, but why go through that, when you can put up storage space in under 15 minutes, right at your backyard? that’s exactly what YardStash III is about.
it is essentially a tent and hence it is a temporary structure which is unlikely to see you being slapped with a summon to tear it down and best of all, it cost just $129.99 – a far cry from what you’d be pay for a permanent structure. YardStash III offers what a tent has to offer – a nice sheltered space, and in this case, storage space, for whatever you deem belongs to the outside. features include full top and bottom zippers on door to keep the content sealed against the elements and pests, industrial-grade ripstop vinyl tarpaulin roof with UPF 50+ protection, a water-shedding design, reinforced integrated floor, storm flaps, back panel for locking bikes to fixed structure, and finally, a front mesh vent to prevent condensation. the entire setup measures 65 x 74 x 30 inches and can be easily dismantled when you move home, or even bring along for the camping trips.
YardStash via Cool Things