Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Another day in Ta Town

I have been shed shopping for 6 months now.. I have finally came to a decision on what type I want. I keep thinking I want something nice so I can use it for a studio when I get the funds set aside to do the needed additions. I am going to be doing this one stage at a time. Building, then finish interior, floors, add heating and air unit.. and so forth. It will take a while to get all the funds together for this project. I will continue to plod along and put my pennies in the bank. I have a goal...so its something worth while to work for.
This little gem comes in 3 sizes.
The biggest size is a 12X16

I have so much to do before the 3rd of Oct .. ... .. When Nadine, Sandy and CJ arrive for Vacation. They are going to be staying here at the OLEO Ranch I don't know where to start first. I think the first place I will start is clean up the utility room a smidgen so I can put some of my sewing materials, sewing patterns and lace in there so I don't have to put them in the basement. I don't want to toss them in the old musty basement. That is why I was looking for a nice shed for storage. All really nice ones are out of my budget right now. I saw one that I liked but it was about 5 grand. I have a few more pennies to save. It's really nice it looks like a little log cabin with a loft in it. Later on I could possible use it for a studio :) The one I really want is the one below. It is in the $8000.oo range. Like I said I can put a window unit and one of those wall heaters in there and turn it into a sewing studio down the road. But right now I need the storage. These come in all sizes.. they refer to these as portable buildings.


The biggest you can get in this is a 12X40. That's almost as big as my house.
This little building comes in 9 different sizes. It gives suggestions for it to be used as a cabin, on your lake property.
This is what I'm talking about when I say I want a nice outdoor shed :)
LOL it would be the nicest thing on the place.

10 comments:

soggibottom said...

Your not old, your not grey...

but that is some shed. :-)Just ahout the size of my patio :-)
I still lerk :-)
x x x x Great posts, although I never say so ! X X X X

NadineC said...

October 3? I thought it was October 10? Oh well, I'm easy...just tell me when to show up and when to leave, and I'll be there :-) I want to book my flights soon, so just let me know!!!!
Hugs,
Nadine

Jennifer said...

Wow! Those are great. I sure wasn't expecting either one when you said you were looking for a shed.

Doris Sturm said...

There both very nice sheds - hope you can get the one you like best!

How's Miss Pitty Pat? I hope she's doing well...we're trying to stay cool...

Love,
Doris and Gizzy :-)

Sherry said...

Hi Do you know where I can get the info for this lovely SHED. my sister has a log home and one of these would be lovely as a guest house on her land. I would love to show her the info if you have it.
Thanks

Kudzu said...

oh, wouldn't it be GREAT to have your own little "playhouse"! if i moved my sewing and crafts out there, heated and cooled it...put in a bathroom :D i might as well throw in a comfy bed and i could run away from home out there!

Cathy said...

I ♥LOVE♥ those sheds!!and you could do what you wanted with it, storage or a wonderful lil' sewing cabin:)

I don't have to get an airline reservation, so it's easy for me and I've got the whole month of October open. Soooo, you girls decide on a date!! :)
Hugz,
CJ♥♥

angiesraggedypatch said...

I think it would be woderful! Theres a gal close by that has one for a shop right outside her house and you would be amazed at how much she can fit in, floor to ceiling!

How exciting for you!!!!!
hugs~
angie

Yarni Gras! said...

At Home Depot they sell these 'Katrina' shed/houses here for about 10K. I want to live in one once the kids are gone...talk about quick cleanups!

maria said...

I also always dreamed of having a cute little shed like this one.

That would be like the little playhouse my dad said he would make for me, but never did.

Marie