Sometimes I get the question- do you ever think of the past owners when you’re decorating? For most spaces, I’ve done my own thing. But in the she shed, well, that space is dedicated to Suzette, a past owner who loved pink and my little house. I learned of her from our neighbors- they invited us over to pet their… Read More
The last I shared of the She Shed was this cute vignette. The truth is, that just above where the camera cuts off was bare studs- no shiplap. I thought adding that in and doing the finishing touches would be fast. Turns out that I was crazy wrong!
This weekend I took my son to do some vintage shopping at a market close to our house. I usually leave him at home and go with my sister, but he was so fun to shop with and well behaved, I think this’ll become a tradition for this market! I let him pick out one item (he got a dinosaur… Read More
The walls on my she shed were rough- beautiful wood, but the nails from installing the exterior poked through. That was covered by Styrofoam insulation which was terrible to look at. I didn’t like the idea of throwing away the Styrofoam (because of the mess and environmental reasons), so I decided that shiplap was the way to go!
Thank you to Better Homes & Gardens at Walmart for sponsoring this post! Click here to read my full disclosure policy. As you saw from my last post, the she shed got some shiplap installed! And today I get to show you how cute she’s looking! Here’s how the shed was shaping up just a few days ago-
she shed progress The last time I shared the She Shed, it looked like this- a storage shed. My husband and I have done a bunch of clean up and demo to prep the space. I was hoping to share a tutorial on putting up the shiplap, but we aren’t quite done yet. Here’s how it looks right now-