“We-Shed” – One For You And Your Spouse

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A She-Shed and a Man-Cave combined into this awesome “We-Shed” for the backyard! We just love this idea! What do you think?

Portable sheds
via Portable Buildings of Houston

We spotted these awesome Sheds by Portable Buildings of Houston and thought this was a fantastic idea, so we just had to share! This is also a great idea to have a cozy office in the backyard. The possibilities are endless!

Inside of a shed decorated and furnished
Inside of a shed decorated and furnished

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15 comments on ““We-Shed” – One For You And Your Spouse”

  1. Vernus Faye Buss

    why be married if you want a separate house???? adding more houses as your family grows….lol… will look like a bloody commune. 

  2. Christine Strong

    Love it but I need a she shed and a she cave because I don’t have a man in my life. It’s all about me lol . They would look absolutely beautiful on my land

  3. These would be great for us
    The way they are up from the ground. Since we were flooded last spring & had to redo our downstairs. This could solve our problem to stay dry
    We could have a

  4. Love this! This is kinda a throwback to the old cracker houses in Florida! Like at the Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings homestead! Throw in a third for a cook-shack and I’d live there 🙂 

  5. Migdalia Pursell

    So in love with this. I have a she shed that is smaller. We are so looking to down size in our home front. Since we are empty nesters. I would love to see what options you have available, so I can show the hubby. Please send info. Thank you very much.

    1. I was thinking this would be an interesting way to create a family cabin. One as the main house containing living room, dining room and kitchen and bathroom…then smaller unattached buildings having a bedroom and bathroom and maybe a sitting area….as the family grows…you add more buildings.

    2. Melissa Miller

      Exactly what i was thinking but joined in the middle with large deck with fire pit and spa 

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