Learn how to build a she shed and customize it in style for your specific needs. Ready to get started on your private refuge? Find details here: http://low.es/1NSqoVZ

A she shed is a new way to get away from it all – right in your own backyard. It's a regular storage shed with added style. We've created four different spaces: an artist's workspace, a home office, a reading nook and a yoga studio. Use your design ideas and our step-by-step instructions to create your own private refuge.

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  1. You Can buy this exact shed at Lowes. It is called the “MetropolitanLean to shed ” by Heartland. It cost roughly $1899 if you just have it delivered by Lowes and you DIY. For roughly $2600 you can have Lowes build it on site at your home in your backyard. In person it looks much bigger than the video. It is 8ft 12ft.

  2. a small Ac unit for less than $100.00 would work fine. run an extension cord if you can’t afford having electrical installed. Trust me I live in Texas. I know about the heat. you usually have to plan outdoor activities accordingly or even seasonally.

    1. You can certainly do it for less….french doors, skylights and the other custom elements did up the cost. But you may be surprised at the cost of the more “pre-fab” options as well. Thanks for watching.

  3. Oh my goodness $5,000! That is a lot of money for something so small. I helped my Dad make one from scratch and it was less than $4,000 and is 24″ long by 18″ wide. Now that is not all decorated up on the inside but it does have flooring and is finished with dry wall. I just wish I could live in it rather than store “precious junk!”

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