“She Sheds” are meant to be a place where ladies can get away from those smelly men and do the things ladies want to do.
Tamara Harbert calls her 144 square foot building a “little backyard bliss.” The space began as a playhouse for the family’s children. When they began to use it less, Tamara had the idea to make it her own.
KTRK reports the tiny space is outfitted with air conditioning, a ceiling fan, along with furniture and nick-knacks she has gathered.
Harbart told ABC7 the shed may be in her backyard, but sometimes it feels like it’s a thousand miles from home.
"I can sit and read in my house,” she explained. “But I'm also looking around thinking to wash the windows. I need to do the laundry. Look at that dust over there. I'm in here I'm not thinking that," Harbert continued.
“It's being away, without being away, which I love."
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