Transform your Garden Shed into Living Space

We’re in the beginning stages of landscaping our very un-loved garden. Since our house was built, no work has been done in the garden apart from the tiresome job of treating our very patchy lawn and a patio which leads to both gates and the side of our garage. With Summer making an appearance I’ve been busy planning how I’d love our garden to look. I’ve hated looking out our patio doors and seeing a lifeless garden. Instead of endlessly flooding my Pinterest boards with inspiration, I thought it’d be a nice idea to make a mini series to share on my blog over the coming weeks of our progress.

I’ve rounded up a few of my favourite ‘She Sheds’ which are gracing my Pinterest feed at the moment. They’re the female alternative to ‘Man Caves’ and I adore the feminine decorated touches while still being practical enough for either a living space or storage solution.

Image Credits – 1 + 2, 3, 4.

The first ‘She Shed‘ is possibly my most favourite from the round-up as I love the landscaping surrounding it. It blends in perfectly. Although, I love seeing bright pastel coloured sheds, I’d definitely opt for a muted colour such as a pink or mint green hue.

Having my very own garden room tailored to suit me would be ideal. But, I’d love to create an extra living space incorporating twinkling fairy lights, as well as a space to prop a radio for our rare summer days. A potting table would be useful to store seeds and small tools on too.

Anyone else thinking of transforming their garden shed or adding a garden room into their outdoor space?

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  • These look absolutely amazing! I would love to create a ‘She Shed’ – I bet they are so lovely to lounge in during the summer months and get cosy in during the winter! Ultimate blogging space 🙂

    Sophia Meola | A Beauty, Fashion & Lifestyle Blog

    xx

  • Sophie

    These look amazing! Sophie x

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  • Lizzie

    Love this idea they are all so lovely and cosy! I am in the process of renovating and once the house is done we’ve got a lot of work to do on the garden!

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