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  • it sit on some slab and brick to keep the shed from getting damp, I've dug out quite a lots of earth I'm not sure what to do with it! (it resemblance Mount Fuji at the moment).

    It already been coated to peserve the wood.

    grey floor sound good, white floor mean I can find bits that I've dropped easily, apart from a white aerospoke but that's about it.

  • tanalised bearers are what you need

  • It's all about the massive bench vice

  • it sit on some slab and brick to keep the shed from getting damp, I've dug out quite a lots of earth I'm not sure what to do with it! (it resemblance Mount Fuji at the moment).

    It already been coated to peserve the wood.

    grey floor sound good, white floor mean I can find bits that I've dropped easily, apart from a white aerospoke but that's about it.

    Ed how do you get light to your shed? - it looks as though It's quite far from your house.

    I'm going to buy myself a shed in the next few weeks/months and taking on the idea of painting it white in side. But since I rent it's pointless to wire in electric.

  • You can either get those outdoor socket and mount it in the shed;

    Or one of those;

  • everywhere has a place* :D

    *maybe it doesnt get put back there though :/

  • Still needs some work, but did a father/son project with me dad to build this bench recently:

  • Sorry for the shitty pictures.
    I came very close to moving house this week and am eternally grateful that my girlfriend 'allowed' us to stay. On the bench is my current project - an unidentifiable 531 tourer/CX bike.


    'Workbench'

  • I'm getting a new man shed. Very excited...

    Gonna be a bit like Ed's, but there's no way I'm painting it...

  • I've just spend 2 months doing the shed up.

    brought the shed, painted all the panel before installing it, then painted the inside completely white.

    made a huge difference;

    hope you've got proper security for that shed because it looks like a very nice target for a thief.

  • hope you've got proper security for that shed because it looks like a very nice target for a thief.

    not really, it's a wooden shed, it's akin to locking a convertible with it's roof down.

    it got chain lock inside attached to an alarmed padlock, so any of the bikes will set it off.

  • and a big tub of swarfega for more DadPoints

    pffft your dad must have been well posh! you just add some sugar to washing up liquid, works better than swarfega and costs a fraction of the price.

  • pffft your dad must have been well posh! you just add some sugar to washing up liquid, works better than swarfega and costs a fraction of the price.

    Not if he's nicking it from work

  • messy gayrage

  • My workplace (excuse the hip photofilters..):


    And my mates (im a bit jealous on his workstand..)

  • Not if he's nicking it from work

    your dad had a job? told you that it was posh!

  • @stupidpony thats a proper garage! All that lovely clutter. Pin board is pretty sexy too.

  • @stupidpony thats a proper garage! All that lovely clutter. Pin board is pretty sexy too.
    Cheers skelator, you might not be so impressed if you could smell it.

  • Just in the process of building a new shed/workshop.

    http://www.lfgss.com/thread117336.html

    Thought I'd resurrect this thread to see if anyone else is doing anything similar at the moment or got a nice setup they want to share for a bit of inspiration?

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