I finally managed to get into the shed this weekend to finish of the workbench and generally sort things out.
If you want to read all about this build from the beginning head here
This has been a real labour of love and a big thank you to all those involved.
A few pictures of the final build...
Below you can see the new workbench constructed from left over timber ...
I then built some narrow shelves to hold all the various paints, and odds end ends.
Of course the new shed need a coffee station (including a serving hatch where the old window used to be !
The racking is virtually full ....
Ill be building (eventually) more shelving on this wall....
View from the old end of the shed towards the new build....
Below is a picture of the table (Set up for a Zulu game). Eventually there will be an extension adding another 5foot to the table.
I do hope you have enjoyed following this build.
Until next time
Incredible - wish i had a shed like that .ReplyDelete
That is incredible Eric and will be the source of much envy I suspect!ReplyDelete
However, looking at how full the new section is already, I think you need another extension! perhaps you should consider another floor? going up might be difficult considering local planning laws, but perhaps you could go down? ;)
Well done, what a projectReplyDelete
Congratulations on a job more than well done!ReplyDelete
Congrats! Very nice work. #totallyjealousReplyDelete
You make me want to surreptitiously build a shed on the front garden!ReplyDelete
you are a very, very lucky man! :)ReplyDelete
Mad shed envy kicking in - that's brilliant!ReplyDelete
Splendid stuff! The coffee station with serving hatch is a touch of class.ReplyDelete
Awesome, congrats on the large project that is well done! Now you'll have more time for gaming :-)ReplyDelete
Now that's an enviable gaming space!ReplyDelete
I'm impressed! I've stolen one of your photos to add to my "Men in Sheds" page. You now star amongst the glitterati of the wargaming shed world! :-)