7 Ideas for the Perfect She-Shed

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A Grand Entrance

If you're going to have a she-shed, you might as well think big! Build your she-shed from scratch using reclaimed materials like reclaimed  French doors or old windows, or you can also find ready-made  garden sheds that you can just plop down in your garden  - boom. Now you just have to decorate it!  
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Paint the Outside

Give your she-shed some life and paint it! If you like a cleaner look, keep the majority of the shed a neutral colour and just paint the doors. How fun would a bright pink or green door look? Or pick your favourite colour and paint the entire shed! It's your spot, so get creative and make it your own! 
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Decorate It Wild

If your shed will primarily be used to relax in, be sure to make it cosy! For a boho style chill spot, add a fluffy  Moroccan ruggreen velvet sofa, comfy throw blankets, poufs, kilim cushions and of course a ton of  plants (duh!). To add a magical touch, string bistro  lights in the inside or outside of the shed! Get creative with the walls and put up your favourite wallpaper or paint a mural (it should be a fun, creative space, right?) 
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Add Window Shutters And Window Treatments

To fancy up the she-shed, add  shutters to the windows! If you have existing shutters on your home, try and match them.   For unique window coverings, use lace,  tapestry or DIY curtains. For more window ideas and DIYs, check out my Window Covering Guide! 
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Create a Mini Kitchen

For a vintage look and a unique pop of colour, use a  Smeg fridge (they come in some pretty cool colours and designs)! For a makeshift kitchen, use leaning shelves or floating wall shelves. For an organised (and pretty) kitchen space, get rid of the snack boxes and use glass containers. For a complete look, bring in a microwave, a portable butane camping stove and a wine fridge! Now you'll never have to leave your jungalicious hideaway! 
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Like this guide? For more tips and tricks, check out my guide below. Happy shopping! 

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Written by:  justina-blakeney
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