Ever since I heard of ‘She Shed,’ I know I instantly needed one. It would be a place that I can escape and be free. I could think outside the box and work on all the DIY projects I want. I would be able to decorate it in fun, inspiring colors and have a space truly to myself. Since this is a dream of mine, I’ve put a few ideas on paper that I thought I would share. I’m hoping you’ll receive some inspiration for your she shed!
Color – lots and lots of color. I love my house, but it is very boring when it comes to color. To say that we ‘play it safe’ would be an understatement. Don’t get me wrong, I love my house decorations, but they aren’t good for inspiration and creativity. My She Shed would have lots of bright whites, teal, and pink.
Wifi that isn’t slow. You know what I’m talking about. Nothing is more of a drag than slow internet. It’s such a buzz kill. A wi-fi extender is a must. A strategically placed extender boosts the range of your existing router so the wireless can reach more places.
A wall of quotes. (So cliche, I know.) There is something about beautiful quotes that I can’t get enough of.
Amazing lighting. As a blogger, lighting for pictures is EVERYTHING. Pictures have to be taken during the day and whatever we are taking a picture of has to have natural lighting. I have found that hue lights are a lifesaver. They have a preset that simulates sunlight. You can set up an “If This Than That” recipe that tells HUE to turn on it’s sunlighting when it rains outside. Talk about magical (and life saving).
Added security. Just like everybody else, I hate feeling like I’m unsafe or not secure. If I’m in my She Shed, I want to know that I am safe. I don’t want to ever worry that someone might be able to enter or to bother me while I’m in there. I would add the August smart lock. Once it’s set up, not only can you lock and unlock the shed from your phone, you can also send an invite to a friend so she can enter for specific periods of time.