Cabin of the Greenman is the workshop shed owned and made by a primary school teacher Luke Anthony Wesley, who also happens to be the chainsaw artist. The shed is made from recycled wood, pallets, reclaimed timber, reclaimed glass pieces and intricate chainsaw carvings of Green Man faces. 35-years-old and father of two, Luke started this project three years ago, and with the help of friends, he perfected the shed to enter the Shed of The Year 2015 contest.
The whole workshop is made from 100-150 wooden pallets collected from all around the Bedfordshire area. Green ash poles are used for timber frame which are then covered with breathable membrane. According to Luke, the shed is made from bits and bobs they collected from old desks, pallets, cupboards and sideboards. The inside walls are made from old pallets, furniture and wooden glass.
Luke is running for the coveted title Shed of the Year, which is sponsored by Cuprinol. In this complete environment friendly project, Luke has used his signature Green Man to give it a personal touch.