Photo of The WArkshop, entry to Shed of the year-The WArkshop, with Studio on left. Photo of The WArkshop, entry to Shed of the year-The interior, with lathe, bandsaw, etc. Photo of The WArkshop, entry to Shed of the year-The start: pre-existing concrete slab Photo of The WArkshop, entry to Shed of the year-The carcass: reclaimed timber and new Wickes doorframe Photo of The WArkshop, entry to Shed of the year-Progress: 3 sides done, roof height set. Photo of The WArkshop, entry to Shed of the year-The tea break: all framework in place. Photo of The WArkshop, entry to Shed of the year-Internal view of framework Photo of The WArkshop, entry to Shed of the year-...and outside view Photo of The WArkshop, entry to Shed of the year-Felt shingles, easier than slates! Photo of The WArkshop, entry to Shed of the year-Coat of paint and roof ornaments makes all the difference.
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The Warkshop

  • Sheddie:

    Roy Hammans
  • Location:

    East Hertfordshire - Hertfordshire
  • First entered:

Features

It started off to be just a normal garden shed, but ended up being a deluxe bijou executive shed/workshop and brings the total number of sheds in our gardens to eight. The name derives from the name of our house, Weeping Ash, or just WA, hence WArkshop. The actual weeping ash tree hangs over the WArkshop. The design echoes that of 'The Studio' adjacent.

Other info

I built it entirely myself, from reclaimed old shed timbers and a lot of new. It has a 'mezzanine' inside for storage, is fully insulated and lined with plasterboard. It has dragon and serpent roof ornaments from Britnz (www.britnz.com). Coming soon: pictures of the other seven sheds...

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