Shed Chic

Shed Chic : Outdoor Buildings for Work, Rest, and Play

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The whimsical. Like a treehouse, everyone is enchanted by the idea of having a garden shed--one's very own private retreat. Whether a room of one's own for quiet, much needed personal time away from the family, a hobbyist's den, or an extra play space for the children, these picturesque structures can accommodate any purpose. The shed--that charming cottage-like outbuilding--is coming into its own, and this detailed and wonderfully illustrated guide will inspire anyone interested in adding a shed to their home or redecorating an existing one with its vast array of design ideas. Whether you want a personal getaway, a studio for creative endeavors, a home office, or a traditional potting shed, this book is sure to inspire with details about planning, building, and decorating sheds. Included are a series of sample cases highlighting the multiple uses possible along with wonderful interior and exterior photographs.

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Product details

  • Hardback | 207 pages
  • 233.68 x 251.46 x 20.32mm | 1,133.98g
  • Universe Publishing(NY)
  • New York, NY, United States
  • English
  • colour illustrations
  • 0789318601
  • 9780789318602
  • 791,055

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"A must read - there are loads of beautiful images and wonderful ideas and tips that will inspire you!" "As a home office, guest quarters, or a grown-up tree house, a shed can provide much more than tool storage...this new book offers plenty of inspiration if you're thinking of adding to, or reinventing, your property." "Martha Stewart Living"

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About Sally Coulthard

Sally Coulthard studied at Oxford University and now specializes in property restoration, salvage, and eco-living. She writes regularly for leading publications including Country Living, The Sunday Times, The Guardian and The Independent.

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