s Magniloquent Cave (Mag-cave.), Workshop/Studio from Side garden. One time veg patch then decking, now this. owned by Rod Lawless #shedoftheyear
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Category: | Workshop/Studio

Magniloquent Cave (Mag-cave.)

More than £500

This project is really a cross genre shed. It is my office come writing room primarily. It is quite eco freindly. Re-cycled decking, door, windows. Solar powered lights. Part wood workshop at the front. Second hand flooring on internal walls. One off lights. Bay window. Carved (Waky Wood) door. As yet unfinished but there will always be some new idea I want to incorporate. Maybe a shed is never finished. Yet it only took around three months over the winter at four hours a day to put together. So far the shed has worked out great for my writing. I can get away from the world and work. One book finished, two old ones published on Amazon and one other so close to the end it almost hums a Led Zeppelin song about swans.

I have used Feng Shui to create the inside as I use it to get away from distraction and write so the energy of the place has to be good. I would like to thank everyone who helped by letting me do it myself and staying out of my way. I started it around the begining of November and moved in with the chair to sit on around the begining of March. There is still a lot to do. Some of it is sea side themed as I used to live on a boat in the 60's. I just can't find my rowlocks. (found them now. That means it's almost ready.)

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Year first entered 2015

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