If you haven’t heard of a She Shed- you are missing out. This is what I want- no really- right now my dream is to have my own she shed, my very own safe haven so I can get away from the chaos that is my life- without really going away. Oh- and a place I can store all my craft stuff because my room is just over flowing with craft supplies.
Best Buy shares six she shed ideas for using technology to create the ultimate relaxation retreat:
1. Extend the Wi-Fi for endless entertainment
2. Set the mood with your phone
3. Turn ugly cables into art
4. Bask in the sun (even when it rains)
5. Grant access without a key
6. Create a hidden refreshment station
If I could build my DREAM She Shed- I would definitely incorporate all of these ideas. I would want it to be AWESOME since this would pretty much be my staycation.
If I could only pick one thing from he list- I would definitely have to go with number 1, Extend the WiFi for Endless entertainment. For me, Wi-Fi is a necessity. I am always on some sort of internet connection, either through my phone or on wi-fi so having wi-fi in my she shed is a must.
How to get Wifi in your she shed is pretty easy! You will first need to add a Wi-Fi range extender inside you home. A strategically placed extender boosts the range of your existing router so the wireless can reach more places. Once it’s set up, you can enjoy movies on a tablet or music through a Sonos wireless speaker inside the shed.
Since I design everything on my computer for my crafts, I will add in that I will be bringing my laptop out so I can work in peace. I can also view the baby on my ibaby monitor via wifi right from my she shed, so I can work and know everything is alright with Caleb while he sleeps
Definitely check out this article from Best Buy for more ideas about pimping out your she shed. There are so many awesome ideas that you can do, along with how tos and videos. All you need a space and a dream and you can make it happen!
Disclosure: The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free.