Finally, my custom made Amish “shed” has arrived. From this point on, I don’t think I can call it a shed as it really does look and feel like a small house! In the coming weeks, based on my design vision and the skilled hand of master carpenter Scott Yoder of Yoder Precision Carpentry (Freehold, NY) –this structure will be transformed into a modern studio!
Amish Shed inspiration for my modern studio
My custom built Amish Shed that will be transformed into a modern studio! View from the front.
View from the back, check out the dormer. A great way to add in light!
View from the East — incorporating a transom above sliding glass doors really gives the illusion of “wall of windows”!
Also note the cut out on the left, for a built-in air conditioning unit, no need to lose a window to a window unit!
Interior view. Lots of work to do.
These plywood supports will be covered eventually with reclaimed wood.
Plenty of windows in order to allow in lots of light.
Stud construction in order to allow room for insulation
The floor is bare plywood on top of moisture resistant “double bubble”. The floor will be finished with real hardwood flooring.
TUNE NEXT MONDAY–WHEN THE WORK BEGINS!
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