Blame it on Pinterest and Instagram, but we’ve got a major case of she shed envy these days. Who doesn’t secretly desire a little backyard hideaway for gardening, writing, crafting and working? The latest she shed trend is making it even easier to have one in your own backyard, no power tools or mad carpentry skills needed. Shepherd’s huts are pre-built and have wheels for easy transportation. Just roll it on up the drive and through the gate, and voila! Your she shed dreams are about to come true.
1. At Home Away from Home: Picture yourself now, sitting outside your shepherd’s hut, complete with colorful bunting and cozy outdoor armchair. You can tuck this shed on wheels away at the bottom of your garden. It will be your secret place to spend a lazy afternoon. (via Laura Butler-Madden)
2. Glamping in Your Own Backyard: A bunting-draped shepherd’s hut sits amidst the trees, lunch bubbles away over an open fire and an ice cold G+T sits cupped in the palm of your hand. You’ve found your happy place. (via Jonathan Buckley/Home Shopping Spy)
4. Far from the Madding Crowd: This caravan is a reproduction of one found near writer Thomas Hardy’s cottage in Dorset. Originally used by shepherds as mobile shelters, the Victorians later turned them into artists’ studios or whimsical retreats. (via Seafield View)
5. Minimalist Caravan: Whether you use this for creative space or a nap station, it will make all your downtime peaceful. Style as a homey retreat or a more minimalist space for your individual style. (via The Chromologist)
7. 5-Star Glamping: Wondering if a hut’s for you? Try one on for size. You can stay in this shepherd’s hut that sits in a peaceful wildflower meadow, or just your backyard. A double bed, plump mattress and pillows and wood-burning stove make the stay more than just comfortable. (via The Old Grainary)
8. All-Seasons Retreat: More Swiss chalet than garden shed, some shepherd’s huts come complete with tiny fitted kitchens and wood-burning stoves. The view from those romantic French doors is just as inviting in winter. Are you typing away at your novel yet? (via House to Home)
9. Cabin on Wheels With Ocean Views: This caravan is quaint, with its curved roof, small door overhang and board and batten siding. But inside you’ll find a queen-sized bed, cozy couch and wood-burning stove. Enjoy watching the sun rise and set, while feeling like you’re the only two people on the planet. (via Tiny House Talk)
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