Interior designer and TV presenter Sophie Robinson is renowned for her colourful interiors, peppered with quirky vintage finds and unique crafting treasures. So who better to show us how to design the perfect outdoor crafting space?
- Top tips from interior designer Sophie Robinson
- Sophie designs the ultimate She-Shed
- Pretty Roller blinds add a fun finish
See Sophie Robinson design her own crafting She-Shed
Sophie Robinson is a TV presenter and interior designer, who you may know from BBC2’s The Great Interior Design Challenge. She loves rich, dark shades combined with punchy pops of colour, and that's exactly the treatment a plain garden shed was treated to when she designed a 'She-Shed' for us. This video shows how she got on and reveals a few insider interior top tips we're sure you'll love.
Craft your very own She-Shed
If you’re desperate for a space to call your own, but lack the budget or space to extend, your garden shed could provide the perfect solution for your needs. With more and more people looking for extra space for their hobbies, we challenged interior stylist and designer Sophie Robinson to transform a humble wooden shed into the ultimate crafting space.
Sophie’s love of colour, along with her creative ideas for upcycling and re-purposing everyday objects, resulted in an Aladdin’s cave of treasures, which cleverly marries a functional workspace with an inspirational décor and a homely feel.
Sophie chose practical Roller blinds to complete the transformation from humble shed to a stunning garden room.
Watch our video to find out more about Sophie’s She-Shed and hear her top tips designing a unique space that reflects your own personality.
If you’re planning your own garden room, request an appointment with one of our expert advisors and together we’ll help you choose the perfect window dressings. Choose from hundreds of gorgeous designs and practical fabrics, including moisture-resistant, blackout, thermal and wipe-clean options. We’ll even measure up and fit your selections all ready for you to enjoy your garden escape.