It was all over for me when this building opened. We had just found out that the property across the street from our buds at the Rockin F was soon to be on the market. We took the side-by-side over to check it out.
The house… let’s just say I saw potential.
The barn was cool. I was thrilled with the locally milled wood flooring and the potential of turning it into a a gathering space. I also love that it has a pond out front.
The workshop was awesome. It wouldn’t work as a shop for me and my big projects but I saw it immediately as a guest house.
The current workshop is going be a 400 square foot guest house that is decorated with an industrial, mid century modern vibe. I have the coolest stuff saved up for this spot and it is going to be great. There will be a bathroom, small kitchenette space, and a queen sized Murphy bed. My goal is to have it functional by Christmas when the kids come home. tick, tick, tick.
Back to the garage/workshop…
The three bay work space made me swoon. Bay number 1 was full of an amazing classic car, but I saw a paint booth. Bay two was full of lawn equipment but I believe it will be the big tool space. Table saw, chop saw, drill press, table sander will go here.
The third bay will be my creative space. It has a wood burning stove, a a tool storage (complete with French door that will need to be changed so I don’t break it,) and room for me to work even in our wet winters/summers/springs. (It has been a super wet year.) We will be putting a door between the bays so that we can get between the spaces. We will be also putting in a door to the deck at the rear so we can have access to water and a cooler shaded space in the summer. The back deck is going to be our outdoor kitchen.
See the three sets of doors in the long metal building? That is the garage/workshop.
Who doesn’t love a wood burning stove in the workshop?
We are going to have a great space to work and create. Currently the third bay is a welding shop. Oh, how I wish I could weld.
That space is going to be where we can assemble things, touch up paint, and finish off a project. I am so excited to have a place where the sawdust and mess will be away from the finish work.
I know for most of you this doesn’t look like your dream space but it sure does for me. I cannot wait to have a dedicated space to work and create. I know that some of you are looking at those photos thinking… “What are they thinking?”, but we see this place as it will be for us, not as it is now.
We are blessed.
I hope you have a wonderful day.
Thank you for following along on our journey. I would love to hear from you.