Interior Designs

No longer just a space to shove the lawnmower or to hide that old chest of drawers, for many the shed has become a place for contemplation, creative work and even a mini holiday. By Kiesha Meikle

Hunter wellies, white table, book

(Hunter Wellies, Habitat Stool, Paper to Petal by Rebecca Thuss and Patrick Farrell)

For those of us who are lucky enough to have a garden, let alone a shed,  we are now duty bound to do more with our outdoor space. One of the biggest perks when it comes to having a shed is that there are absolutely no constraints on what you can do with it. Whether you are after a creative workspace, a place to read or even a spare bedroom, the humble shed can be converted into all of these things and more. With insulation, underfloor heating, wifi and multifunctional / space saving design pieces it is easy to turn your shed into your very own shedonism…

Habitat basket, plate, clock

(Anthropologie plate, Habitat basket, Habitat clock)

Our mantra is to keep your shed clean and serene, with bright block colours and easy to clean surfaces…oh, and always find and excuse for a break from the gardening.

Chairs from various designers

(Graham and Green Hanging Chair,  Dwell Scoop Shair, Cyborg Armchair by Magis, Kartell Comback Chair)