These backyard beauties are perfect for gabbing with a girlfriend or curling up with a good book.
When the doors are drawn and the curtains are closed, this retreat looks like a . Sure, it might be an impractical paint color, but the dreaminess makes it worth it.
Inside, beadboard walls and stained ceiling beams offer an upscale vibe, while a h white sectional sofa and clever decor create the perfect spot for a book club meeting.
Get the look: white sectional sofa ($260, ), white chandelier ($71, ), white rocking char ($141, ), blue pillow covers ($14, )
This shed (that we spotted on !) from blogger was a sound structure made out of tree branches and rough saw pine, but lacked purpose.
But once a hot chocolate bar was added (complete with a full menu!) along with stylish chairs and adorable skis, it's suddenly everyone's favorite winter hangout spot.
), deer head decor ($9, ), wooden skis ($12, )
This she shed owner didn't hold back when picking out paint colors — her choices were bright, bold, and designed to stand out in a big backyard.
Most of the furniture and accessories were found at antique stores, which gives the space a quaint and lovely vibe that's just begging to host a tea party.
Get the look: flag decor ($7, ), white chandelier ($71, ), wicker bench ($413, ), paisley seat cushion ($43, )
Blogger Denise Sabia of did what we all dream of: She cleared out wasted garage space and transformed it into a cottage chic hideaway with (wait for it) things she already owned.
Seriously, every item (as big as the bed and small as the bunting on the door) was repurposed from what she already had in her house. The shed is now a favorite hangout spot for her and her three kids.
Get the look: twin wood bed frame ($150, ), gray plaid comforter ($24, )
Even with a snow covered roof, blogger Pamela's brings a warm, happy presence to her backyard.
We can't wait see what Pamela does with the inside of this space, but until then, we're smitten with her cottage's summer look, too. It's even more cheery in warm weather, when the garden blooms with colorful florals.
Get the look: sheer white curtains ($13, )
This might go down in history as the greatest wedding gift ever: A woman's husband updated their existing structure (which sits amongst grapevines and a vegetable garden) as a spot for her to escape for alone time.
Vintage floral pillows, white-painted furniture, and glass chandeliers give the she shed a truly regal ambiance — très romantic for newlyweds, no?
Get the look: white sofa ($670, ), crystal chandelier ($38, ), floral pillow covers ($17 for two, )
Every bookworm will die for this retreat. Sure, the grey-blue paint color and white doors and trim are fairly tame, but we love the bright pink flower bushes that anchor the entrance.
Inside is a very different story: The ceiling is lined with book pages, tulle hangs from above to add softness, and a full bookshelf and bright rug add color and texture to the tiny space.
), colorful floral rug ($120, )
A soft pink exterior paired with a very detailed door (love that oval window!), white shutters, and the cutest outdoor table and chairs set makes this shed look like a .
But inside it serves a very important purpose: It's the woman of the home's arts and crafts center. She has the ultimate set-up, including a pegboard above her desk to hold her supplies and a window that provides natural light.
Get the look: green window curtain ($25, ), white peg board ($18, )
A and large front-facing window is what every stay-at-home mom dreams of after a long day running around.
An adorable striped ceiling and heavily-patterned furnishings gives the space a playful, not-too-precious vibe — and a trusty shelf with books and blankets is the cherry on top.
Get the look: pink arm chair ($588, ), flag decor ($9, )
While the baby blue accent color is cute (and we adore the whale weathervane), this with screens and flower boxes takes it to the next level.
Planked walls, lots of sea shells, and relaxing candles make the inside a coastal oasis. Pale sea glass colors and vintage charts adds a nod to the style's origins.
Get the look: blue crab pillow cover ($9, ), wicker couch ($325, ), white drum table ($94, )
Outside looks more like a tiny house than a backyard getaway, thanks to the French doors, lantern, and patio seating.
And inside it feels like a big house! Seriously, that couch is huge and since the space is multifunctional (it serves as an office, too) we have a feeling it is one of the most popular rooms in the home.
Get the look: tan sectional sofa ($823, ), red poppy wall art ($40, ), white vintage mirror ($38, ), orange pillow covers ($15, amazon.com)
Doesn't this she shed look like a green gingerbread house? The stone path out front, flower boxes, and unique hinges on the door are too precious.
The simple furniture and decor inside makes it a quiet getaway for work or arts and crafts for some very lucky kids.
Get the look: string lights ($6, ), mint green chairs ($129, )
A soft grey exterior with a patio large enough for a table and chairs — or an easel and a stool if you prefer — makes for a welcoming entrance to a multifunctional studio space.
Inside there's ample storage for paint, brushes, and the works, while ceiling skylights allow natural light and nature to peek through. How inspiring?
Get the look: wood easel ($70, ), metal buckets ($7, )