I work from it, the kids play in it, my wife fell in love with playing darts in it. It has storage for everything but not obvious. We can use it without being in it (outside space moves into inside space). I built it from scratch with no experience of building.
My local pub donated their offcuts of a refurb, that provided the base and some inside decor. I spent about £800 on additional wood. An electrician sorted out power and the rest was at no additional cost. I made bench seats and the coverings, redesigned it continuously to make the most of the space. Was told for years that I'd never build it....somehow I did!
Walkaround of the shed. Not quite finished, but getting close. Once this is done, a shelter for the BBQ is next. Don't tell my wife pic.twitter.com/dRDxpMYFDu Thirsty Monkey - pub shed (@_thirstymonkey) May 31, 2020
Walkaround of the shed. Not quite finished, but getting close. Once this is done, a shelter for the BBQ is next. Don't tell my wife pic.twitter.com/dRDxpMYFDu
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