Source: Lobster & Swan
Oh so lovely!
It would also make a great guest house (in the warmer months of the year), don’t you think?
If you already have a garden shed you’re in luck. If not, this one is a contemporary summerhouse with side shed. Pick up vintage crates here. There’s always a great selection of mid-century side-tables to be found here. Buy classic books in lovely new covers here. I love pretty Liberty print fabric in florals (like the ones Jeska’s used for the cushions) – but you can use small samples of fabrics you have lying around at home – or search for vintage fabric online. Pick up a recycled blanket (and other items) at Jeska’s beautiful online shop The Future Kept.
You can see more pics of this make-over here.
Other inspiring garden retreats include this fab caravan and a dreamy shed conversion.
Could you imagine having a little space like this to call your own?
Have a lovely day!
PS I’m exploring Helsinki today, so exciting (thank you for all your tips over the last few days – I’m actually in Café Succés enjoying ‘the best cinnamon bun in town’ and I can testify that it is the best one I’ve ever tasted – with a bowl of café au lait of course!). I’ll be walking around with a small skip in my step as I’ve just received the news that My Scandinavian Home has been nominated for Best European Interior Blog in the Amara #IBA16 – votes can now be placed here – I’d be so happy if you’d like to vote for me!