Kiwis are embracing the tiny house-esque phenomenon. What would you do with a kistset cabin?
Kiwis nationwide start with the same kitset, but with a coat of paint, a pendant light, and some furniture & art work, they've made their sheds uniquely their own.
She Sheds have become music studios, home offices, craft rooms and sleepouts. They've also been used as Pilates or therapy studios, and even a library hangout for books & records.
With property buying in New Zealand now a competitive sport, and renovations causing costly headaches during a timber shortage, SheShed has a size to suit every need.
Our kitset cabins range from 9 to 29 square meters, which means SheShed’s cabins can fly under the radar of requiring council consent. The precision-fitting timber design also means the watertight structure doesn’t creak or move as much as other timber cabins.
Each compact kit is delivered nationwide with simple assembly instruction, video tutorials, well-labeled materials and speedy customer service.
"With property buying in New Zealand now a competitive sport, and renovations causing costly headaches during a timber shortage, SheShed has a size to suit every need."
The interior is where people hit their design straps, embracing trends from sleek industrial to wallpapered romance, creating a lock ‘n’ leave workspace, extra bedroom or stylish retreat.
Kiwis have kitted out their She Shed with curtains or blinds, bespoke furniture such as an alcove bed, fold down desk, storage bench seating, and even a hanging chair, drinks trolley and fridge.
So what would you do with a She Shed?
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