How do I makeover my SheShed?


How would I make the front of my sheshed more interesting with out costing an arm and a leg?

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  12 answers
  • Morgan McBride Morgan McBride on Mar 08, 2019

    I think it looks FABULOUS! Maybe some bigger plants in front?

  • Oliva Oliva on Mar 08, 2019

    Add stepping stones or gravel against the shed. Plant colorful tall flowers, some hydrangeas if your zone permits, spirea, lilac, day lilies, etc.

  • Gk Gk on Mar 08, 2019

    Yes! Add some more shrubs and perennial flowers in a rock garden in the front! Or create two small wooden decks on each side of the steps and landscape with flowers in the front of the decks. Try some dwarf lilac bushes on the sides of the she shed!

  • Tinyshoes Tinyshoes on Mar 08, 2019

    Sharon...I agree with all the above plus I LOVE IT!

  • Cherry Cherry on Mar 08, 2019

    SOOO jealous!!!! Does look a little lonely, I agree, put some shrubs, plant a few bulbs and some gravel. Still jealous!!!!!😊

  • Cherry Cherry on Mar 08, 2019

    Also thinking, make a path up to it, with pavers or gravel, add some solar lights.

  • Mary Riva Mary Riva on Mar 10, 2019

    What is a sheshed?

  • Debi53 Debi53 on Mar 10, 2019

    I think what you are missing is landscaping. I would also paint the shutters and the door a beautiful color--maybe aqua? I would remove the little shrubs and add flower beds in front going around each side. Fill them with easy to grow perennials that work in your area. Add a couple of large pots in your accent color (you know, the new color for your shutters and front door!) and fill these with flowering annuals for an easy pop of color all summer long,

  • Pat Pat on Mar 10, 2019

    A she shed is like a man cave but for a woman.

  • Femmaeve MacQueen-Rose Femmaeve MacQueen-Rose on Jan 16, 2021


  • Johnavallance82 Johnavallance82 on Jan 16, 2021

    Hello Sharon,

    Lucky you!! I would give it a small Patio and garden fence all around. Some sort of path leading up to it too. (Not straight ) Make it a journey! Have fun

  • Em Em on Jan 16, 2021

    A closer picture would be nice. Add a few pavers and a small garden table and chairs. Totally needs shrubs or plants around it. Some color like painting the shutters a bright color. Rustoleum makes a 2x spray that goes on plastic really well. A wreath around the top peak where the circle is.