|The Yoga Studio She Shed on the Left. My Favorite. |
I can imagine a few mats with friends stretching in the yard, then comes green tea in the red room.
For decades now, some of the more affluent families among us have had a man cave. The man cave was a place where men could relax and have manly decor and do manly things without interruption. Before they were called "man caves," with fun things like pool tables in them, 1950s television suggests that this man place was called "the study."
And now you can buy a house with man cave and a she shed! And the coolest thing about them is that they are outdoors. Forget the tool shed. Buy a house with a She Shed in the backyard.
Some sheds have a chaise for reading --while you communes with nature. Others have a writing desk (absolutely necessary for producing the next Great American Novel) where you can write --while you commune with nature. Others storage space for bolts of fabric, needles, and thread so that you can sew or get crafty--all while you commune with nature.
Some of them look very California weather friendly. But others look like heated mini-mansions that would stand up to east coast weather without a problem.
I love them.
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