Whether you want space to sew, craft, read or just enjoy afternoon tea in peace you need to check out these gorgeous she shed ideas to see how it’s done…
She Shed Ideas
- She Shed Ideas
- 17. How to Build a She Shed
- 16. Design Your Own Beauty Room
- 15. Make a Shabby Chic Space
- 14. A Potting Shed
- 13. A Chicken Coop
- 12. Decorate your She Shed
- 11. A Sewing Space
- 10. A Shared Space
- 9. Pretty Paintwork
- 8. A Crafting Space
- 7. A Mom Cave Bungalow
- 6. A Crafting Space
- 5. Add a front porch
- 4. A Fifties Diner
- 3. A Craft Room
- 2. A Potting Shed
- 1. A Writing Shed
If you yearn for some space of your own but your kids have taken over the house it’s time to move out to the garden.
Not outside in the elements, but in a room of your own at the bottom of the garden.
Whether you want space to sew, craft, read or just enjoy afternoon tea in peace you need to check out these gorgeous she shed ideas to see how it’s done in style!
17. How to Build a She Shed
16. Design Your Own Beauty Room
15. Make a Shabby Chic Space
Found it here >> @annemarieconere
Vintage finds, a mantle piece and fairy lights all add to the shabby chic feel here.
14. A Potting Shed
Found it here >> Hometalk
Bring your potting shed to life with vintage finds and plenty of colour and storage options.
13. A Chicken Coop
Found it here >> Pinterest
If you love spending time with your chickens why not make your she shed a shared space, where you can sit and read while they keep you company!
12. Decorate your She Shed
Found it here >> @bohemiaamora
Don’t forget to bring in some greenery to your she shed, and be brave and try wallpapering in there too!
11. A Sewing Space
Found it here >> Junkaholique
Don’t worry if a 4×6 foot shed is all you have to work with, with some careful planning you can still make the space work for your needs, like this perfectly formed sewing space.
Found it here >> Biscuits and Burlap
Don’t despair if there isn’t enough room in your backyard for two sheds, just tell your man he has to share! Here’s an example of how your she shed can coexist with your man’s sacred space. If you can’t bear to look at all of his tools and mess then try hanging a curtain across the middle or making a pretty divider.
9. Pretty Paintwork
Found it here >> Hometalk
Don’t forget to make the outside of your she-shed look pretty with a fabulous paint job!
8. A Crafting Space
Found it here >> Flower Patch Farmhouse
Bright white walls and furniture are the perfect backdrop for your colourful craft creations!
7. A Mom Cave Bungalow
Found it here >> Design Dazzle
Your she-shed doesn’t need to have an active purpose, if all you want to do is kick back and relax with a pot of tea then go for it!
6. A Crafting Space
Found it here >> A Nest for All Seasons
We love the thrifted hutch in this crafting space that is perfect for storing supplies, and of course the bunting!
5. Add a front porch
Found it here >> @tvkayecrochet
Don’t forget the outside space around your she shed, this one has a fabulous porch complete with rocking chairs that’s a perfect spot for a lazy Sunday afternoon.
4. A Fifties Diner
Found it here >> The Daily Mail
If the Fifties is your favourite era why not make yourself a Fifties diner in a shed in your grand, just don’t forget the jukebox!
3. A Craft Room
Found it here >> Craftaholics Anonymous
Kelli’s craft shack might look like a boring old shed from the outside but inside it’s a crafter’s dream space, with bright purple paintwork and huge pegboards for storing supplies.
2. A Potting Shed
Found it here >> Ciao Newport Beach
Nobody says that your she shed can’t be used as a shed, but of course a potting shed with a feminine touch has a totally different feel to it than a regular old potting shed! We love how Nancy has all of her garnering supplies displayed on shelves and the curtain under the sink adds a shabby chic feel.
1. A Writing Shed
Found it here >> Braid Creative
Tara describes the “cottage” at the bottom of her garden as her office rather than a she-shed. We love that she has space for her writing desk as well as the bunk area for relaxing and enjoying the view through the roof window.