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11. Create a gin bar for a girls’ night out
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If outdoor bar ideas are your thing, then how about creating a gin bar in your garden? It might sound like a dream, but it’s easier to achieve than you might think.
Here, a wooden bar has been installed, bottle holders attached to the wall, blackboard paint used for a menu, and all that’s left to do is position the all-important gin itself and invite the girls round.
12. Transform with seating
If you’re really looking for something fancy, why not transform your shed with a stylish counter, complete with stools? Personalized Welcome to woman cave also as know as sewing room doormat
It’s the perfect focal point for outdoor entertaining – add one of the best BBQs and your summer gatherings will certainly get a boost! For quieter times, move the stools inside and enjoy a cuppa whilst admiring the view. Personalized Welcome to woman cave also as know as sewing room doormat
We love the blue-grey paintwork and addition of hanging plants too, which finish this shed beautifully.
13. Keep organised with slimline storage
Whatever your she shed’s purpose, ensure you’ve got everything you need raring to go with some handy and stylish storage. A clever tip is to use picture ledges to display decorative items, such as the tiles shown here.
As they’re fairly narrow, they’ll take up less of your shed’s precious space, whilst allowing you to channel your personality with inspiring pieces. A small chest of drawers is perfect for larger items, too. We’ve got plenty more garden storage ideas in our guide.
14. Create a second living room
This lovely she shed by @life_of_isatu has everything you could want in a living room, with the added bonus that there’s no squabbling over the remote, or squabbling over anything for that matter, as this one’s just for you.
Position one of our favourite garden mirrors facing out of your shed to reflect the garden and make your room feel bigger. Personalized Welcome to woman cave also as know as sewing room doormat
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Japanese-inspired interiors promote relaxation and order, so if your she shed is destined to be your place of calm, then this idea is for you. Low seating, such as a low-level sofa or even an oversized floor cushion, will typically make your room feel larger, and your ceiling higher.
Simple lines and natural textures will help to conjure a feeling of tranquility and peace, whilst exposed wood cladding on internal walls adds to the overall effect.
A she shed like this will make a lovely addition to our small Japanese garden ideas.
16. Extend your she shed decor outside
Maximise your she shed’s potential for social gatherings (cocktails in the garden anyone?) by positioning your shed next to your patio.
Using the same decorating scheme indoors and out, such as the soft pinks and grey shown here, will help to unify the two spaces.
To continue the party after dark, go for several strings of the best festoon lights, and invest in a chiminea or fire pit for added warmth once the sun has gone down.
17. Cosy up with a stove
One of the best investments for a winter she shed is a log burner. The likelihood is that your she shed is made of timber, but that doesn’t necessarily rule out having a wood-burning stove installed.
Get an expert to advise on what output of stove you require to heat your space, all the necessary fixtures and fittings like a flue system, and where it’s best to place it. Then all you need to worry about is where to store your logs!
Alternatively, go for one of our budget-friendly best fire pits outside your she shed. Then, you can cosy up inside while you enjoy a view (and the warmth) of the flickering flames outdoors.
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If you’re investing in a new shed rather than updating an existing one, you’re in the lucky position of being able to choose your shed’s architecture. The shape, materials and finishings of your she shed can make a huge difference to how it feels from both the outside and inside.
If you’re after more of a country cottage look, a she shed with scalloped detailing and a shingle roof will do the job, as shown by this pretty design. Why not go one step further and surround with the best cottage garden plants for a picture-perfect look?
19. Dress your windows
There’s absolutely no reason why you can’t treat your shed like it’s a room in your house. After all, outdoor living space ideas are totally on-trend right now. So, add a cosy and chic look with some stylish window treatments.
If you’ve invested in a sewing machine during lockdown, then this is the perfect chance to put your new skills to good use. Source some of your favourite fabric and make some simple blinds or curtains. Not only will they look fab, but they’ll keep out the draughts and create a snug atmosphere inside.
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