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Looks good, EG.  Something you can look at from the house and feel like it adds to the property. 

Unlike my prefabs -- yes, I added a second for varnishing and in the process creating more woodworking space in the other.  Though we will be painting them shortly.  I'll post pics  post paint.

I also like the windows, not just for light but particularly in the case of a space so small because they combat the claustrophobic feeling.

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I would:

Make sure you have good heating and cooling.

As Kate said North light is really great.

Softer flooring wood or cork.

Professional electrical work.

Good sound system.

Be sure to follow all local building codes (those people have no sense of humor no matter the country, continent, or planet!)

Good size fire extinguisher (not a tiny one)

Smoke alarm

Dust collection (you only have one set of lungs, also reduces fire risk)

Perhaps a strong extra exhaust fan for fumes.

 

Have Fun,

 

DLB

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27 minutes ago, Dwight Brown said:

Good size fire extinguisher (not a tiny one)

 

CO2 version, the other chemical types destroy pretty much everything beyond recovery.

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39 minutes ago, Luis Martins said:

CO2 version, the other chemical types destroy pretty much everything beyond recovery.

Absolutely!!!Not always as easy to come by as a dry chemical one, but the dust from the dry chemical one makes a mess out of everything and it will take a decade to get rid of it all.

 

 

 

 

DLB

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