Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Cue Gardens

Regular readers will know that as well as being interested in microarchitectural atmospheres, I also play snooker regularly (St Albans snooker club on a Wednesday night if anyone fancies a frame) so was delighted to read in the Shropshire Star about Dave Evans' shed. He calls it Cue Gardens since, while maybe not ideal for full-time shedworking, it does contain a full-sized snooker table (including a baize on which Steve Davis has played, fact fans). And a darts board and fridge. Here's a snippet:
“I had the opportunity to buy the table from the local club I used to play in and it had been in the garage for a while. I had the shed built especially for the table about two years ago. I have a few people round and we play a few frames and have a chat and a few drinks. It’s a lot easier, we can play snooker and it saves us having to pay over the odds for a beer down the pub."
Well worth a browse. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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1 comment:

  1. Now that is a shed! WOW, its amazing how a shed can look so good!
    Lets just hope no one walks on the roof!