The Cottage Workshop
Necessity is the brother of all invention and there’s nothing that we need more than a workshop at the cottage. The biggest challenge is going to be figuring out how to make this massive two-and-a-half ton repurposed shipping container fit into the natural surroundings.
Kevin and Andrew are just regular joes, learning as they go. They’re not pros by any means and don’t know how to do everything so they are always asking others for help and conducting extensive research. Unlike some of our other projects, this cottage workshop requires plenty of care and attention to detail as well as protective gear on hand (especially when working with the power tools and plasma cutter). As always, don’t hesitate to check out our web forums for tips or to ask a question. As with any Brojects project, The Workshop is 90% perspiration and 10% inspiration. To fire-up your creativity, we’ve curated a “shipping container workshop” board on the Brojects Pinterest page. You might want to have a look here first before you dump a two-and-a-half ton steel monstrosity on your property.[alpine-phototile-for-pinterest src=”board” uid=”brojects” board=”the-workshop” imgl=”pinterest” pinit=”1″ dlstyle=”medium” style=”wall” row=”4″ size=”600″ num=”16″ shadow=”0″ max=”100″ nocredit=”1″]
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