Since my insanely talented hubby works remotely for a company based out of Miami, it quickly became clear that an office space separate from our house was going to be necessary. We hunted for a couple months and found an almost-new used shed for half it's original price and then George set about creating beauty from raw materials, using magic. :-) He set aside 4 feet on the length of the shed for me to use to store extra hay, but the rest of the shed is his very own man cave.
This was just a bare bones typical storage shed just a couple weeks ago! He insulated all the walls and the ceiling. He used bead board on the walls and furring strips for the trim work. We found laminate flooring at the Habitat for Humanity Re-Store for $35/total. It looks amazing. We found the desk, armoire (which he is going to build book shelves into), and couch at a local thrift store.
His sofa is also a pull-out bed, so we can host two extra visitors who want a little extra privacy from the main house.
If you zoom in on the photo, you can see his crafty, simple door frame, which I think looks amazing, and also his curtain rod, designed out of conduit piping.
My mom took all the truck photos and they are stunning!
And just to escalate awesome to spectacular... he added a hidden door between the office and the hay barn, should he need a larger access door into his office. He cut out the side of the building, originally and put in the sliding glass door, which is a little narrow to squeeze some items through. Now, I can sneak up on him from behind through my secret door and...