5 benefits of starting your own business in a she shed:
Are you tired of renting a traditional space for your business? Look no further than a she shed! Not only do you own the space, but you can save money on renting costs and car expenses. Plus, the outdoor location allows for a peaceful and natural work environment. With the power of online marketing, you can reach a wider audience and grow your business. And let’s not forget, she sheds are a fun way to express your personality and create a comfortable workspace. Check out the women who have created beautiful businesses they love in their she shed.
An Outdoor Ceramic Studio in a Beautiful Garden
Kim Brandstater is the owner of Lavender Marketplace workshops, a gorgeous ceramic she shed studio in Sierra Madre, CA. She designed it with She Shed Living, her ideas for adorning her shed with vintage architectural accents were utterly creative.
A she shed is for creating and this grand structure is the home of Kim’s ceramic-making and workshop/teaching business. The 12- x 25-foot studio has lots of extras that Kim added, such as salvaged windows and a stunning front porch awning. A smattering of fishscale shingles on the gable adds to its vintage look.
Pop-Up Retail She Sheds are Part of Unique Venue in Garden Grove, California
The modern farmhouse design above is one of three pop-up sheds for Cottage Industries, an artisan development in Garden Grove, CA. Our sheds are handcrafted with precision and care, using only the finest materials and construction techniques. They are perfect for any outdoor or backyard space, adding charm and functionality to the property. Each shed is customizable to your needs and preferences, ensuring that you get the perfect fit for your dream business. Check out more about the Cottage Industries new development with pop-up sheds.
A Clothing Boutique in a She Shed
Tammy, the owner, started a clothing line business in her shed where she can have her line of clothing merchandised for her favorite customers. The new venture compliments her existing Strawberry and Fig outdoor market business. More tips about Tammy’s clothing boutique business
Jewelry Maker at work in her she shed
Adrian Schwab knew she enjoyed making jewelry. Once she made the leap, Adrian decided to build a small studio in her backyard to create and grow the business. She has found even more passion for bead making with her she shed studio space. It’s private enough for creating and it’s also where she meets clients who eventually become friends. Find out more about how Adrian grew her. business.
Artist Rachel Roe Finds Inspiration in Her She Shed
Rachel Roe is a fine artist in St. Louis with a cool custom she shed as her studio. Ever since she was featured in She Sheds Style, Rachel has been very busy. Balancing a growing art business with motherhood, she doesn’t have much down time. Having the small studio in place has made all the difference in achieving that balance. Learn more about how she grew her business in her she shed.
A Bold, Black She Shed is created for landscape designer Kristine Barnett. An outdoor haven for her landscape business.
Kristine wanted a private space in her gorgeous backyard where she could run her landscape design business, LK Landscape Design, plus she wanted a place to share workspace with her family. She Shed Living worked with Kristine to get her shed designed and built. Learn more about how Kristine created a beautiful space for her business.
Maya Blu creates in a small-batch ceramics studio in Austin, Texas, created by designer and ceramicist, Megan Leihgeber.
Maya Blu Home specializes in wholesale home accents products. “As a ceramicist and admirer of many mediums, Megan is fascinated by the relationship between design and functionality as they work together in our lives. Since starting Maya Blu Home, she has developed a passion for handmade, long-lasting ceramic home goods that are intentional, making every day moments just a little more special.”