Now that the outside has been completed, its time to fit out the insides. I want to make my shed habitable, because, well why not?
However it did require some careful planning, so the cuts ended up in the correct places.
It’ll be a pretty useless shed if it didn’t have power. The garden is ~50 meters from the house, which means that there are limited options for running cables. My advice: hire a pro. In the UK you need certification,so what ever you’ll do you’ll ned a sparky to come round and sign it off.
You can see the extra pigeon-hole shelves in the back….
The new child demands that we re-do the spare bedroom’s carpet. Apparently a carpet stained by rabbit piss is not suitable for a newborn…. So we went to the independent carpet place (protip, if the salesman is wearing a £6,000 watch they are charging to much, walk out and find a new shop) We found an offcut and were away:
Notice the sexy carpet. These are Alex draws which are both cheap, inoffensive and solid. They are also labelled, which makes keeping stuff organised much easier.
This is the ikea bookcase installed before I put the carpet in. Sofa on the left, bench on the right, along with the axe storage.
The cat6 cable is in a conduit, which should provide some protection against animals and the elements. Getting the cable inside the conduit was a massive arse. Always buy conduit with tails already. It is most tedious otherwise.
The cables pulled and sealed. Sadly there are only two cables, I wanted 4, but that would have been much much harder.