The weekend was a success.
The total count for Saturday dinner was 43; the total count for Sunday morning breakfast was 26.
The menu included everything from King Cake to crawdads and pasta to breakfast burritos. And while the action in the kitchen was important, it was the action in the backyard that was the most popular. As your husband hauled the equipment for the crawdad boil out of the garden shed, in fact, many of the SAturday evening guests moved from the house to the backyard to watch and help with the fun.
The custom sheds that many of the neighbors have serve a variety of purposes, but your family uses yours to store your wife’s gardening supplies tools and a variety of other random things like the crawfish boiling pans, cookers, and the wading pool for the crawdads.
Who would have known that all of time exploring and planning for designs for garages and sheds would have been a key component in the successful weekend event. Even though the food from the boil is delicious, you want it all safely stored away when the evening is over!
Garages and Sheds Offer Both Storage and Work Space
In general, it takes about eight weeks to build new or custom Amish furniture. Likewise, it can take at least this long to construct well built garages and sheds. When you have an immediate need for a new workspace that wait time can seem too long, but in almost all cases it is important to wait for the construction of a quality building, than settle for a less expensive model. What are your goals for your new outdoor garages and sheds?
Garden Tool Storage. Why does it seem that you can never have enough storage? If you are an avid gardener it can be especially challenging to find enough space to safely store your tools that you want to keep out of the elements, but also within easy access. One way to make sure that your space lasts you awhile is to follow the guideline of adding 25% space for future storage needs to the plans of any storage space, even a corner shed for a gardener.
Craft Spaces. We are a world of people looking for distractions. From work, from stress, and from the news of the day. Many people turn to crafts for these distractions. The thought of making a daily mess in our homes, however, can add to the stress. Instead, many people purchase garages and sheds to provide a location for their crafting interests. The fact that a wooden shed can last at as long as 15 to 20 years means that these spaces often go through many transformations. From quilting to wood working and from watercolor painting to working with mosaics, crafting spaces often require similar qualities: room for storage, room for work, and room for display.
Man Caves and She Sheds. In the ultimate escape, many home owners are building spaces outside of their traditional home spaces. These locations are used as gathering spaces for friends or for locations of quiet solitude. When groups of college friends gather for an all day event of watching college football playoffs, for example, a building on the back part of your property allows the rest of your house to go about their day. When a group of friends gather for a day of wine and cheese tasting while you binge watch your favorite episodes, on the other hand, the rest of the family can have the house.
Pool Houses. Filled with many amenities, a backyard pool house can keep the messiness of the summer out of the main house. Equipped with showers, toilets, and sometimes even kitchens, these increasingly popular spaces add to the value of a backyard pool. And while some home owners are content to merely have custom gazebos to provide shade, other home owners with backyard pools want much more. With separate areas for a refrigerator, sink, stove, and seating, for instance, the wet mess of a pool does not need to be a problem in your main house if you have an outdoor pool house. Are you ready to transform the open space in your backyard to something useful?