It is surprising how many details you need to fill such a small area. Progress on the shed is slow but steady.
I commissioned two CG (Computer Graphic) artists to design 3D files for the blue stack-able storage bins and the black tool box. I had the files printed at Shapeways. All told it took about three weeks to have them designed and delivered to my door.
I love the fact that the toolbox opens, has two little compartments in the lid and also a removable tray.
The vice is a white metal model from Phoenix Model Developments that I painted with black enamel. I'm still trying to make one that actually works...it may take some time.
I bought a few shed-esque items from the York Fair in June. I had to include a horseshoe in the build. My Dad always had a horseshoe over the door because he thought it brought our family luck. Isn't it strange what people believe in?