Selina and her family live in a beautiful spot in New South Wales in Australia. As her two kids have been growing up and leading active lifestyles just like their parents - there has been less and less space in the house for all their sports equipment!
With limited storage options inside the house, Selina and her family needed to think outside the box to find something that could work, look aesthetically pleasing in the garden and also be safe and secure for all their gear - especially their bikes. An ordinary old shed was not going to make the cut!
In her research, Selina found the brand new Tussock SheShed - a new addition to the SheShed range. She liked the monopitch roof and its modern and sleek design and she liked how it could work really nicely next to their house. The Tussock also had a few extra gems, like the added corrugated steel roofing as well as the new taller windows which feature the new European style tilt and turn opening system - allowing for natural airflow circulation while keeping the weather out.
"We didn’t want an ordinary garden shed in the backyard, as they can look drab and not overly secure. We love that the SheShed looks like an extension of the house. It’s open, airy, versatile, as it doesn’t need to always remain a storage shed. I love the timber, double doors and tilting window. Visitors most common comment is, it’s a little house! Your dad could live in here. Sorry, no room for dad, it’s for our bikes. The quality is often commented on!"- Selina P
Selina and her family are now so happy with their safe and secure Tussock SheShed! To utilize the space more, she has added extra hooks and racks for the bikes and other equipment, as well as shelving too. The 8.75sqm Tussock has been finished off with a modern light grey colour for the exterior paint, and a small entryway patio has been installed to finish the look and feel of the cabin on their property. She reflects on her decision to get a quality SheShed to solve her storage problems and says that ultimately, "Our house now feels larger and neater."