The challenges here?- a listed wall.
I’m allowed to drill into the top few courses but must leave the rest untouched.
I want to get a nice sharp slope on the roof (it helps keep the roof clean and water proof if the water runs off quickly) but I have to make enough head room inside so you can move around freely.
I’m also really keen to make this one look beautiful - in a classic, period-style kind of way...So I opted for cast-iron effect guttering (you get the look without the maintenance issues) and cast iron door and window furniture.
This particular (listed!) flint wall also gives off loads of heat so it was important to have lots of ventilation. We have 5 automatic-opening windows in the roof and 5 manual opening windows around the sides.
Here are the shelves in place and, the next photo, the brackets alone.
I also wanted to make use of all that wonderful wall space for shelving.
Knowing that I can’t drill into it (and that the wall is really bumpy and sloping) - I created some hanging shelves supported from above.
The shelf brackets hook into place and can be pushed to one end if you just wish to store them out of the way (for the winter for instance).