I ordered my shed/studio today
I am excite my shed for my studio has been ordered
I ordered a 10x20 garden shed with 8 ft side walls, two windows and a house entry door with a window to let more natural light in. Tomorrow since Menards is having their 11% back sale I am going to go get all the electrical stuff and the flooring. I am going to wait on the insulation and the beadboard as I really don't have a great place to store it. I don't really have a great place to store the floor either but at 11% back that will be like getting a box of the flooring free. So I will find the space to store the flooring. Now i just have to decide before my husband gets off work tomorrow which flooring I want. They range from just of $11 a box to just under $19 a box.
I decided on the options for my shed to customize it to my needs
None of these photos shows what I actually bought, as they didn't have that size on the lots nor anything with the specs I chose. So here are a few photos that show different options that I chose to put in my building that might be called a garden shed but what I am calling my photo studio.
This shows the door I bought, this type of door normally goes on these style cabins but this time it is going on my shed.
This photo shows the style of shed I am buying but not the size, the one shown is much smaller. I also didn't pay extra for the window boxes or the decorative shutters, it also will not have the big double doors on the side
This shows the color of the building I am getting.
You guys helped me the other day decide on which shape and style I wanted
Now I need your opinions on the flooring. Which one would you go with? Let me know in the comments below. And don't worry when the building gets here I plan on documenting the entire process of us finishing it. As I am really excited to get this done and be able to do photos year round and not have to worry about weather. Or having to rent some place to shoot at. Having my own studio on my land has been a dream. Yes it isn't a huge space but 200 Sq Ft isn't a bad space for taking portraits you don't need much more than that. And I will be able to put higher end finishes in the studio with it being a smaller space to finish out.