This is not some pre-built shed, oh no and I bet it's possibly no more expensive but if you've got the skills to construct such a beast, including the base and a back capable of smashing up a load of concrete to put down for it then this is definitely the way to go.
I don't even know where I'd start with this sort of build. I spend about 15 minutes Every night after putting up one plasterboard panel just trying to work out what needs doing next and whether I’ve everything I need to get it done!
Anyway, he's included a little bit of background info with the pics so I'll leave you to his knowledgable descriptions:
The whole shed is lined with dpm then clad internally with osb and as soon as my parents front room is decorated and furnished, I will inherit carpets for the ground floor.
I've left a hatch into the loft space which I will be installing a set of wooden stairs.
Ive used osb as flooring in the loft
Not only that but he's sent me a load of pictures of his recent additions to his Tyranids including his scratchbuilt Bastion so alongside future updates to his man cave build I'll be sharing those too.
Wow. Looks great. Definitely a Mammoth by the looks of it. My man cave is half a walk-in closet, lol.ReplyDelete
Awesome work from both of you. At some point I'll be turfed out of my gaming room and need to convert my garage so I'm storing up all this work.ReplyDelete
On a side note, could you send me the aforementioned Bear Grylls' email for BW please?