It’s never too early to prepare for Father’s Day. There are a lot of DIY gifts you can make for them using stuff you might already have at home. But sometimes, giving fathers a little space of their own is the actual perfect gift. If you’ve got the time and DIY stamina, consider showing your love for the ole man and give them a room they can call their “ dad cave”.
Not everyone has extra room in the house for a dad cave, however, you don’t have to limit yourself to the space inside your house. If you have a shed in your backyard, it could be the perfect place to create a dad escape. While most sheds are not that big they can still offer enough room for your dad to unwind after a long day at work. Plus, a well-built dad shed will open up plenty of shelf space for some neat Father’s Day gift ideas.
Step 1. Strip the shed.
Emptying your shed is the very first step of transforming it into a dad cave. Typical storage sheds will typically have basic gardening tools, equipment, DIY tools, or a workshop table stored inside. All of this needs to be emptied and stored in other parts of the house or in discreet outdoor storage units. For heavier stuff, hire a professional mover to help you relocate or dispose of it.