Install 110 power outlets in the shed. Place them in locations where they will be easily accessible.
Hire an electrician to connect the outlets to the power source from your home.
Measure and cut insulation to fit in between the frame.
Cover the insulation with plastic and staple to the frame.
Screw drywall into the shed frame using drywall screws. Measure and cut the drywall to fill spaces where a full sheet will not fit. Cut the drywall to fit around the power outlets.
Tape over the seams of the drywall using drywall tape.
Cover the tape with drywall mud. Scrape the mud smooth using a trowel. Wait a full day for the mud to dry.
Sand the mud smooth using 120-grit sandpaper.
Paint the wall your desired color.
Measure the floor space inside the shed. Cut your carpet to fit those measurements.
Place carpet glue over the floor.
Place indoor/outdoor carpet over the glue on the floor.
Purchase a bar to fit inside the shed. Position it in the shed as desired. Place bar stools around the bar.
Place a small refrigerator or cooler next to the bar.
Stock the bar and refrigerator with drinks and glasses.
Accessorize the bar with desired items.
Things You Will Need
- 110 power outlets
- Tape measure
- Drywall screws
- Drywall tape
- Drywall mud
- 120-grit sandpaper
- Carpet glue
- Indoor/outdoor carpet
- Bar stools
- Small refrigerator or cooler
- Drinks and glasses
- For a cheaper alternative, skip steps 3-9 and nail paneling to the shed frame. Paneling can be painted if desired. This will not provide proper insulation for a shed that will be used year-round.