She Sheds A Room of Your Own

She Sheds by Erika Kotite

A Room of Your Own

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Format: Hardcover Book , 176 Pages
ISBN: 9781591866770
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Create your very own hideaway right at home with She Sheds.

They've got their man caves, and it's time for you to have a space of your own. She Sheds shows you how to create cozy getaways with inspiration from across the country. Start by defining the goal and purpose of your space. Will you use it for entertaining, crafting, or alone time? Then, use the gallery of over 100 photos as inspiration for your decor, paint colors, and landscaping. You'll even find fun upcycling ideas to personalize your space. Get inspired, and get started on your very own tricked-out retreat!

Erika Kotite is an editor, writer, and content developer in both print and digital media. She was editor-in-chief of Romantic Homes and Victorian Homes for many years, bringing that experience to producing books for Sterling, Quarry, and Walter Foster. Some of her titles include, Felt Fashion: Couture Projects from Apparel to Accessories, Blogging for Bliss, and The Daily Book of Photography. Currently, Erika leads the Beauty Group at Bobit Business Media, overseeing multiple sites for nail artists and salon owners. Erika lives in Huntington Beach, California with her husband and three children.

Format: Hardcover Book , 176 Pages
ISBN: 9781591866770
Illustrations: 178 color photos
Size: 8.5 in x 10 in / 216 mm x 254 mm
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She Sheds feature in nationally syndicated column. Syndicated by Creators Symdicate which is part of the USA Today Network. - Christine Brun, Creators Syndicate / USA Today Network

She Sheds awarded a 2017 Best of Houzz Design for the Allie + Olivia (Chicken) shed that is in the book
 

  - Houzz, Houzz.com

"For any woman who’s ever wanted a space to call her own — a retreat to squirrel away and work or dream or read or just sit — this book is for you." - Try Smal Things

"Kotite spent almost a year studying the phenomenon - as well as building a She Shed for her sister, for her new book..." - Sacramento Bee