NOT JUST FOR THE GIRLS
It’s a catchy name and the She Shedz concept has also captured people’s imaginations.
She Shedz owner Gemma Brewerton says the company’s timber sheds tend to bring out the artistic side of people, with customers setting them up for creative pursuits.
“She Shedz extend from the idea of trying to have your own working area, or perhaps you’re inspired by the art or home office,” she says. “There are lots of reasons why people buy the sheds and 50 per cent of our sales come from people who weren’t even looking for a shed.
“People were inspired by seeing photos of them as an art studio or a pottery shed and think ‘That’s what I need for my creative pursuits’.”
Gemma says people have embraced the opportunity to decorate their She Shedz, painting them in a range of colours. And despite the name Gemma says they sell just as many to men as to women.
She Shedz come in a fixed size (3m x 3m x 2.8m), with the window and doorway in a fixed position.
They cost $6200 plus delivery and a display model can be viewed at Woodford in the Blue Mountains.