May 18, 2017

The "Shed of the Year."

I'm giving this the "tiny house" tag, even though these are (mostly) not tiny houses. They're sheds. I just don't like tag proliferation.

17 comments:

buwaya said...

Mostly too small, too twee, and lacking essential structural solidity and fireproofing for proper hobbies.

buwaya said...

I mean, how on earth is someone supposed to work on flamethrowers in those things?

Kevin said...

So you won't have a tag for tag proliferation?

Virtually Unknown said...

On a backroad in Vermont, there is a section of an airplane used as a tree fort, so if anybody ever wants to do one of these on "tree fort of the year" They should find it. I guess as a boy we called them "tree forts" but now they are 'treehouses.'

Dust Bunny Queen said...

The Mini Manor is really cute. I could see that as being a nice little art studio or place to do my quilting and/or weaving. Heating in the winter would be a problem. Cute though!

Bob Boyd said...

At first I thought the post was going to be about finding a really big set of elk antlers.

madAsHell said...

I fail to see the difference between living in Mom's basement, or living in her backyard shed.

khesanh0802 said...

Who says the Brits don't have sense of humor.

bagoh20 said...

If you are going to settle for a space that small, go with a motor-home and see the country. At least the outside won't get boring in a week.

bagoh20 said...

Prison cells of the future.

Paddy O said...

And now for something completely different... Arthur "Two Sheds" Jackson

Known Unknown said...

Paddy O beat me to it. Two Sheds Jackson is one of my favorite Python bits.

Bob Loblaw said...

Who has this much time (and in some cases, money)?

Big Mike said...

It's supposed to be smaller on the outside.

Glad you discovered "Doctor Who."

Ty said...
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Ty said...

Reminded me of a place I worked for one summer in college, just outside of Pittsburgh.

Lilliput Playhomes

stlcdr said...

'Shed' and 'tiny house' are synonymous, anyway.