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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.


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