Crafting projects can be messy and time consuming causing frustration if you don’t have a studio of your own.
Not having a purpose built craft studio means:
Set up all your equipment when you need it, then pack it back down again
A space you need to share with family & pets and all the noise that comes with them!
Crafting can mean lots of little bits and pieces which little fingers and paws can easily get into
Enjoy the benefits of a dedicated craft studio and let your creativity free
Enjoy your mess
Let’s be honest, crafting can be a messy business and sometimes you don’t always have the time to clean as you go. In your own dedicated space there’s no need to worry.
Come back to your work
If your craft is a longer project, you can lock it and leave it without having to pack up the spare room or family table after each craft session.
Stage Your Space
Set up what you need the most. Is it a large work table against the wall? Or an island bench? Storage or peg boards? Set up your space for what you need.
The shed is perfection. It gives me a space to spread all my art things out, rather than using the dining room! It also gives me privacy and space to be me. The shed is used for meditation, yoga, reading, listening to music and having a champagne or a cuppa with friends and family who visit.
Glenda's Art StudioRead More
We love having an area to get away from the havoc of the house. It's great to have more space for crafts and somewhere to relax.
Aaron's Craft StudioRead More
My He Shed is my sanctuary. I can spend my time doing the things I enjoy without having to pack it all away daily. With retirement pending, I can see myself spending a lot of my time in this space. The completion of this project has freed up house space we didn’t have. With only a two-bedroom home and no garaging, storage of “projects” was always an issue. Not anymore.