She Sheds Style: Make Your Space Your Own (Hardcover)
With She Sheds Style, browse ideas, step-by-step projects, and decorating tips from a variety of creative “she shed” owners—then add your personal style to your own shed!
It’s no secret that the she shed revolution is underway and gaining steam. What is a she shed? It’s simply any outbuilding that has been renovated, outfitted, redesigned, or otherwise reassigned into service as a refuge from the intense pace of modern life. Consider it a woman’s response to the “man cave” craze.
Whether you already have that sought-after shed or are still in the dreaming phase, home and lifestyle expert Erika Kotite—author of the best-selling She Sheds: A Room of Your Own—will help you on your journey.
- Browse gorgeous photos of a variety of sheds and shed interiors, which range from modern and eclectic to rustic and shabby chic.
- Learn what architectural details play into a shed’s look and consider how these elements work with your preferred decor.
- Explore dozens of DIY projects: breathe new life into old furniture, install a track door, or craft a custom neon sign for your shed.
- Find hundreds of tips and ideas from some of the most creative she shed owners around the world.
A variety of front entrance ideas provide inspiration for welcoming guests to your space. Ideas for re-purposing furniture abound, such as transforming an old door into a drop-down potting bench. You can even extend your shed’s impact beyond the walls with garden features like stepping stones and string lights. Most projects are shown with detailed, step-by-step photos so you can see exactly how the work is done.
So get started and create your own she shed style!
About the Author
Erika Kotite is a home and lifestyle expert and the author of She Sheds: A Room of Your Own and She Sheds Style: Make Your Space Your Own. She is the co-founder of She Shed Living, a gathering space for women who enjoy life in their backyards, and She Shades, a line of chalk-based exterior paints. The former editor of Romantic Homes and Victorian Homes, Erika worked for years as a partner in a book-packaging company, editing and developing books within the arts, textile, and crafting sectors. Some of her other book projects include Blogging for Bliss, Natural Soapmaking, Natural Candlemaking, Photo Album Quilts, Felt Fashion, and The Daily Book of Photography. Erika has been interviewed by and featured in Architectural Digest, Buzzfeed, Oprah.com, Parents, Toronto Sun, Orange County Register, NBC’s Today Show, PBS’ Central Texas Gardener, and Toronto City TV’s Breakfast TV show. Erika lives in Huntington Beach, California.