The Best Stardew Valley Shed Designs

A shed is a type of building in Stardew Valley where you can store items for farming and for comfort. There are so many ways you can use the shed for. I think it shines the most as a preservation and storage shelter for kegs and other artisan crafts.

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It’s pretty nice to have sheds in the game. It acts as your customizable home or your personal farming storage. There are many ways in which you can utilize shed. The examples are down below.

If you’re still confused between being an Artisan or an Agriculturist, why not check this guide for the best comparison?

Stardew Valley Shed Layout and Ideas

If you’re looking for the best Stardew Valley shed layout and ideas, we’ve got you covered.

Here are the top recommendations for the best shed layout:

Keg Preservation Shed

This one’s a pretty original keg preservation shed made by Veilfyred. This design makes it easier for you to earn a large amount of money using the artisan winery and keg preservation.

With Artisan skill fork at Farming level 10, you’ll be able to sell regular wine for 40% more. This means, that if you get to set up a 137 parsnip juice for 10686g, you’ll be able to earn as much as 14993g. It’s pretty overpowered and crazy amounts of money.

You can also do this type of setup in a bigger shed in the game. For the big shed, you’ll need 20,000g, 550x of wood, and 300x of stone. Not really recommended for starter builds.

Simple Library and Artifact Museum

This one’s a pretty cozy setup made by SilverAme. This type of setup is normally for people who like to enjoy the game’s overall atmosphere and not the grind.

One of the absolute best things in sheds is that it’s always a lot better playing with design rather than profit.

You might want to give our trellis layout guide a try as well!

Stardew Valley Shed Keg Layout

Going with the artisan build is definitely one of the things a farmer should go with. In terms of overall profits, you’ll earn more using the keg + artisan skill of the winery. +40% is a pretty huge amount for someone going along with the game.

Here are some of the best shed keg layouts that you’ll be able to do on your own.

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It’s pretty reasonable to use this type of setup in order to maximize your production, your profit, and losses margin, and increase your net income.

You’ll go from 67 kegs up to 137 kegs in total. If you have Parsnips, Cranberries, and Ancient Fruits, you’ll be able to generate around 260k worth of wine. But if you have the Artisan fork, you’ll be able to generate as much as 374k gold. That’s a pretty crazy amount, honestly.

If you want to know how to profit even harder, check out this guide.

Shed vs. Barn

I think this is pretty much a no-brainer at this point. But when choosing between the shed and the barn, it’s a solid choice for the barn.

The barn looks nice exceptionally nice, it’s good for min-maxing, and it’s there for both early up until the late game.

And that’s pretty much it for this guide. If you’re itching for more, you can always check out our latest posts. We cover guides, mods, and every tip you’ll need in your farming adventure. Happy farming.

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