She Shed—the term sounds unusual but you’ve probably heard it before.
It’s basically the brighter, more floral opposite of the Man Cave. This private haven may take up a plum spot in a lush
The most important part of establishing a She Shed is determining its purpose. It could merely be an extension of your living space, a mini library, or a craft central. Its point is for you to embrace a hobby that’s important to you. Once that’s done, you’re free to decide on the style, the
To help you get started, here are a few ideas:
Let the natural light shine through glass panels on the walls and ceilings.
The shabby chic route looks great, too.
Instead of a repurposed garden shed, have your little haven built poolside.
Don’t let the insides of the shed restrict you. Have your own patio outside it as well.
Just think of it as the dollhouse of your adult dreams.
Make it a homey space. Keep a sofa, daybed, or even a hammock inside.
Set up a proper workstation on one side.
For those with green thumbs, let a garden shed stay true to its original purpose and do your potting and planting indoors.
Transform your She Shed into a painting studio, away from the distractions of the world.
Use fairy lights to illuminate your workstation and keep pegs and inspirations clipped to the walls.