The shed is now almost completely enclosed. Here is the only portion still awaiting siding:
I also installed a trimboard between the existing garage and the new shed. Eventually these 2 wood tones will get closer as the new wood ages:
Here’s more of the trim work, getting all the angles right from the two pitched slopes is tricky:
Here’s the trim board I put at the corner:
And, here’s a full view of the shed as it is now:
Next step is to add that last piece of siding, do the trim at the rear of the shed. Then I can build the doors, and install the shelves.
Â The storage shed is nearing completion. Roof is done (thanks Matthew!), most of the siding is up, only some trim remains. After I finish the trim, all that’s left is to build the door, and build the shelves inside the shed. Then I can move all the crap from the garage in and get electricity into the garage. My goal is to have this done before winter kicks in, so I can work on the actual studio itself over the winter.
Here are pics:
^^ Front view. Only half of the door is cut out, I still have to trim away much of the wood siding to expose the other half of the door.
^^ Corner view, with the longest dimension of siding visible.
An overall view. The shed is 8×16, the garage is 12×20. Yep. This will be a cozy studio, barely big enough to get a full band inside.
^^ Here’s the seam where the new siding meets the aged siding of the garage. As the shed ages, this should get closer to a match.
^^ Still plenty of trim work to do, including the soffits to cover the joists.