Felicity Taylor Eclectic Handmade

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Friday, 30 January 2015

Shed Part 2.

Following on from Part 1....obviously.
Here it is so far.
Back in the summer...
If you remember we dragged an old shed back from a neighbour.
A lot of the roof trusses were O.K.

This green door below we think was original to the house. It was covered over with paper when we moved in, and all we could see was a lump in the wallpaper.

The french doors were free from a joiners.

The little diamond windows were also free, and repaired by hubby.
We put a 'skin' on the shed to strengthen and add insulation, and to weatherproof it painted it in leftover paint. 

The finish all round the shed will eventually be tongue and groove- all reclaimed, which is weathering nicely.

So that's it so far.
Now we have to find more wooden slats and more insulation, and lots more finishing off.
Roll on the warmer weather!
Byee for now x.


  1. what you're doing here! :) xxx

  2. Thankyou Amanda, I'm very lucky to have a handy hubby.I'm just there to hold and pass things, Oh and provide lots of food!

  3. Brilliant job - I love that you've done this entirely through reclaimed pieces, it just shows what can be done if you put your mind to it. The finished shed is so clearly going to be fabulous and reflect all the hard work you've put into it. Bethx

    1. Thankyou Beth. It's a long process, but we're just used to things taking a long time now.


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