Five Ways You Can Make a Storage Shed Into Livable Space
Houses fill up fast. You may think you've got all the space you need for a moment, but the next time you look around, the great room is doubling as an office or the spare bedroom has become your spouse's retreat. Storage sheds can help expand the amount of livable space you have, but if you're not sure how you would use that space, here are a few suggestions:
1. Game Room
Things get loud, crazy, and messy fast when family and friends get together for game nights. Why not create a space for it? Convert the storage shed into the ultimate game room and spare your house the noise and destruction.
2. Home Office
Whether you operate your own business or are one of a growing number of workers that telecommutes on a part- or full-time basis, you need an office space to work in. Minimize the distractions of being at home and build an office in the backyard. Here's how to do it.
3. Tiny House
In the last few years, interest in tiny houses has been rising. So has interest in converting smaller spaces, like storage sheds, into living spaces. This may be the right solution if you are considering renting out livable space on your property. Or if you have a family member or friend coming to live with you who wants space of their own.
4. Hunting Cabin
Do you own a piece of hunting property with no hunting cabin built on it? Tweak a Cumberland Buildings cabin into the perfect spot to store your hunting gear and rest your head during hunting season. Not sure how to do that? Here are a few suggestions for creating your dream hunting cabin.
5. Man Cave/She Shed
Sometimes the men need a place to hang out in and watch the big game. Then again, sometimes the women need a man-free space to escape to. Decide who gets priority and create the perfect backyard man cave or she shed.
Did any of these suggestions spark an idea? Contact the nearest Cumberland Building dealer today and ask us how we can help you achieve it.