The Photo Gallery 239: Home Comforts

Things in the home that make life more comfortable.
Or in my case, because I like to be a bit different, things in the garden that make life more sparkly ūüôā
The husband and I have just spent a large chunk of time (and money) on dragging our garden back to life; pruning back¬†the overgrown bushes which were taking over the flower beds, replacing the fence panels that were on the verge of collapse, removing the border edging that was so dilapidated and useless for purpose, the garden’s unwanted creatures (slugs, snails be gone) assumed we put it there for them and have taken up residence in it.

We are delighted with all we’ve achieved (with a huge chunk of muscle and inspiration coming from my mother and her other half who set the ball in motion) and it now looks like it was actually designed rather than a whole bunch of plants and trees just fell in there and organised themselves.

BUT here’s the thing; at the bottom of our garden is this lovely children’s playhouse that has given both of my children years of fun. And they no longer use it. Well they use it to store various cricket bats, hola hoops, balls, shuttlecocks and water guns in. Which seems like a terrible waste.
So I would like to make it my new ‘home comfort’ in the garden – but what? What can I convert it into?
There have already been some corking suggestions over on Instagram – from giving it over to chickens to converting it into a ‘she-shack’ (there is also a she-shack hashtag, can you believe it?!)

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5 Responses to The Photo Gallery 239: Home Comforts

  1. Mummy Barrow says:

    It needs to be you She Shed. A little bit of a sanctuary where you can go and escape noise and general hub bub of every day life.

    Preferably with a gin
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  2. LauraCYMFT says:

    A She Shed sounds good but I also love the idea of some chickens! Or a mini bar.

  3. Susan Mann says:

    I love this. I’d love to have a little shed to setup for myself, a place to write or read or paint. My kids just now are too young as the little one would use it as a playhouse, but I love the idea of this as they get older. I look forward to hearing and seeing what you decide. x
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  4. Mrs TeePot says:

    Oh it’s gorgeous! Can you get WiFi in there? You should totally move into it!
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  5. Becky says:

    A little writers retreat perhaps?
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