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Attention Ladies! Create your own “She Shed”


Attention Ladies, I know you have heard of a “Man Cave” but have you heard of a “She Shed”? It is time we have our own place to go and relax and get away from all the hustle and bustle. Now is the time to start planning your own “She Shed”. With the help of Best Buy and this post, you will be able to design your own little bit of heaven where you can create the perfect little get away.
Attention Ladies! Create your own “She Shed”
I was chosen by Best Buy for this review and have been compensated in the form of a Best Buy gift card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free. When I heard about the “She Shed” project, I was excited. You usually only hear about the man cave, which always leaves women out, but when Best Buy created this project they only had one person in mind, a woman.

shed #1

Now the purpose of the “She Shed” is to create a lovely setting where you can literally do nothing if you wish, read a book, watch the birds or even take a nap totally undisturbed.  If you are one of those lucky women that happen to have an old shed in your back yard check out some great ideas for a do it yourself.


The project is quite simple really, all you need is to transform that old shed into something fabulous using garage sale items, thrift store furniture or maybe you even have some old lawn furniture that could use a coat of paint.  Then you want to make sure you include some of the real important items like Wi-Fi for internet access, special lighting in case it is a rainy day, transform all those ugly cables and wires into a unique picture, have a keyless entry and don’t forget about a special refreshment stand.


Not only will I be using my “She Shed” for a place to relax, I will be using it as a place to plant seeds for summer plantings in my garden and keep my houseplants healthy and clean.  To accomplish this, I will need extra good lighting especially on those cloudy or rainy days.   To make healthy plants in the winter time you need to supply the plants with 10 to 12 hours of daylight.  Using programmable hue lights you can set the lights to come on at specific times and to change to brighter colors at the first hint of rain or clouds all from an app on your phone.  Hue lights are used because they have a predetermined setting to simulate sunlight by using an application called IF.

Nancy Miller

HI, I am a retired accounting lady living in the super cold mid western state of Indiana. My husband and I enjoy traveling, playing with British Sports cars and flying my husbands hand made RV 12 airplane. We also love to fish. My hobbies include cooking especially baking and decorating cakes, gardening, sewing and canning foods from my small garden. I also am the Market Master for our local farmers market which we started last fall.

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  1. TrishFr October 7, 2015
    Oh my goodness, that she shed is to die for!! Heck I just want a shed to do shed things in but wouldn't it be a nice sanctuary to have something like this.
  2. Shannon September 19, 2015
    Wow this is really nice and I would love to have one of these for me! Thank you for sharing with us.
  3. Jesselyn A/Jesstinger September 12, 2015
    First of all let me just say WOW! I am truly DAZZLED. I really have to look into doing something like this next Spring. Meanwhile I have transformed my "home office" (in a large spare bedroom) into my own kind of "she-cave" ~ shelter / sanctuary where I do feel cozy and comforted ~ but it's nothing compared to your masterpiece. Brava!

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