Well, my husband suprised me one day last year and found a construction trailer a friend of ours was getting rid of and brought it home.
He said " Here you go honey...your new studio!!"
Good job I can see past the facade and find the diamond in the rough!!! That's me standing by my new studio and loving it. I saw the possibilities as I checked the whole thing out. It needed just a little work to make it livable as a work area.......I thought!!
Well, when we got inside and started to take it apart we found woodrot everywhere. We had to take off the siding and replace a lot of the sillplate around the trailer. It was a delay we were not ready for but we replaced the wood and moved on . I told him that I would like a couple of windows and french doors. What a great idea he says, I have a friend who has a few windows and doors for sale. Perfect!!!!
So we cut holes for windows and doors and added sheets of hardyboard to the outside for structure as well as texture.
At the end of last season ( our seasons run november through may with none or not so much rain) this is where we had to stop as the rains came and we couldnt get out to do anymore. I painted the outside a bright yellow and I will have white trim. I taped all the doors shut and all of the corners that needed edging and hoped for the best through the summer months.
This year I was able to get out in the winter months and add some trim to the windows and edges. I cannot trim the doors yet as I need to reset the back door ( i could not find one small enough for the area needed) and the french doors are sagging due to the larger opening so we are going to make the right hand door stationary and only have the left door open. It will still look like french doors and that is fine with me.