GARDEN, ONE AND A HALF FLOOR

GARDEN, ONE AND A HALF FLOOR“I have a lot of useful, and sometimes necessary just find in your journal, or rather, in our. Answering the call to be not only readers, but active Autorama, I want to share the experience Soim modest: to describe the construction of a small house and decorative fencing battery”.

Gardeners and gardeners often complain about the small size of the site, where do not have the opportunity to build not “amenities building” and something more solid, full-length, with the second floor. This is understandable, because everyone would like the two days off to spend the “full force”, with an overnight stay. And how to do it family, albeit small, in a small house, which is often limited to members of horticultural societies?
It turns out that it’s possible, if you build a house with total area of 3×3 m, but in one and a half floors below the attic space to use as a sleeping room. Let this “attic” get low, here it is easy to adapt for overnight stays and rest, for example, old bed tubular mesh without backs. It is convenient: only imported spring mattresses with blankets, and you can stay for a weekend with the whole family.
 
Garden house
 
Garden house:
 
1 — ladder, 2 — pyramid for garden tools, 3 — table, 4 — chair, 5 — hanger, 6 — drawer, 7 — bed, 8 — resistant ladder bars, 9 —window, 10 — cover of the cellar 11 — the door.
 

 
 
 
In the journal has repeatedly described where to start and how to build these structures. So I will confine myself to the following recommendation. For the construction of the house will need 1540 bricks (without cellar). On the cellar — more 640 pieces (this is stock).
 
 

L. LEBEDEV
Gorlovka,
Donetsk region

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