Are you thinking of ways on how to decorate your She Shed this Summer?
A She Shed is the perfect answer to create a wonderful garden escape from modern life, if you’re not going on holiday this year. Especially if you don’t have the luxury of a conservatory, or space in your garden to create a large outdoor summer house.
There are some wonderful ways to create the ideal haven to relax in.
Whether you want to invite your girlfriends round for a natter and some Prosecco, have a space for your art, craft or gardening hobbies. Or to have some peace and quiet by curling up with a good book or magazine of an evening.
Having a She Shed is a growing trend within the interiors world, because it’s a place to escape. Helping you relax if you generally find this difficult.
One of the best thing’s about it is you can decorate your She Shed reflect your personality, because it’s a space all for you. You can have your own take on the interior decor, with no interference, or having to please anyone.
Here are my six top tips on how to decorate your She Shed:
Have a Spring/Summer Clean
Firstly if you have an unused shed, clear it out and give the space a purpose. Alternatively if you don’t already have a shed in your garden, purchase one that will suit your She Shed’s needs.
Select a perfect space in the garden
Before you start to decorate and fill your She Shed with furniture, select an area in your garden where you can surround yourself with nature. With your She Shed in its perfect place, it’s worth thinking about creating an area around the shed where you can sit outside, as well as in.
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Keep warm and cosy
It is essential to make sure your She Shed is insulated to keep you warm, especially during your chilly Autumn/Winter months. The last thing you want is to feel chilly on your little getaway She Shed. Especially if you live in the UK. For extra cosiness involve rugs, throws and lighting. A soft added touch that will make your She Shed even more inviting.
Paint the outside
Create a focal point in the garden that looks inviting and pretty, to match your garden’s atmosphere. Also think about an inviting entry way, whether you grow flowers around, or have planted pots either side of the door. Try neutral, light, subtle or complimenting colours. This will to enhance your garden’s colours and become the centre of attention.
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Bring the outside in
Surround yourself with nature inside by involving floral cushions and botanical prints for cosiness. Try to avoid pattern and colour that clashes. Neutral and pastel colour shades work well, because they reflect light, making your She Shed appear more spacious.
Fill your shed with items you love
Whether it’s a sofa you can’t bear to part with, yoga mat you practice daily on, a creative desk space or lighting to enhance the relaxing mood. Collect a range of furniture items, that are a statement or focus for your She Shed. Plus make yourself feel relaxed and at home.
How ever you choose to decorate you She Shed, make sure it reflects your personality. Make it a place you love to spend time it, because YOU TIME is very important in this fast paced world.
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