The shed is on a tiny plot of 2.1 x 2. 4. Within the space we have managed to fit an office for my wife to work from home ( it was actually meant to be a man cave:(... But, I'm happy it's being used). The shed has inbuilt storage. We have included space for bike storage, garden bits and tools from a second enterence .... We have also managed to find space for ladders, broom and wood off cuts! We wanted the shed to compliment the garden that my wife and I designed. We did not want it to look like it had justbeen plonked there, but tie in with the garden.
We managed to achieve a good speck of cedar cladding, inbuilt cupboards anthracite grey doors and windows, plasterboarded and wood floor and anthracite grey fiberglass roof for £1000, but by the time we had finished all the internal cupboards, desk, electrics and heater it came to about £1400. I'd never done a fiberglass roof before but came out looking good. We managed to get all the cedar cladding for £100 from gumtree and just £200 for the greydoor and window. We got something that looks good for a cheap price.... Worth a littleplanning and searching
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