It was the old unloved dumping workshop when we bought our house but during the first lockdown my husband turned the old workshop shed into a lovely craft shed where we both can be creative and also host craft days/ evenings with our friends.
It also has a lovely fridge in so we can serve ourselves some drinks and snacks whilst crafting. it has a stable door facing onto the main garden so you can invite the garden into the shed and vice versa but it also has a lockable front door so can access from the garden or the driveway.
I have always wanted a craft shed where i can be creative and house all my craft materials that i had acquired. i also have the ability to sew in the craft room.
The basic shed was built by the previous owners but was very drafty and not very warm. My husband found a front door in the garden and attached this to the shed so that is was lockable and went about insulating and plastering the inside of the shed so that it was draft free and put in the kitchen worktops which would then give us lots of room to do various crafts, he also put in improved lighting and it looks light airy and cosy. i also have a table with 4 chairs to invite my friends around to craft and create items together.
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