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    My shed is special because it has been up cycled from a 14ft redundant burger van, the idea to create it was the result of the van being unusable for catering. All of the exterior was stripped to reveal 50s aluminium body capping, it took 25 litres of industrial paint stripper, the body of the van had to be removed to repair the chassis and replace the rotten floor.The front of the van & twin serving hatches were completely removed,and were replaced with hand crafted double doors in the middle with a large hand crafted window at each side in a 30s style.All items were hand crafted from the up cycled wood burner made from an orphaned gas bottle which sits on a floating slate harth,the cowel was salvaged from a stainless steel waste bin found in the street,the fire place has hand cut stained glass and mirror mosaic tiles & a large log store underneath, it has twin seating areas on either side, which convert into 2 largs sleeping areas, the match board around the seating area is hand crafted from salvaged pallets, it has 24 volt electrics, plug sockets, spot lights, and the roof has two sky lights above the seating/sleeping areas,hand crafted using reclaimed timber & perspex.

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