Posted on February 21, 2017
Reward hard working Mums with their own Posh Shed this Mother’s Day
The trend of 'She Sheds' has swept through gardens across the nation, attracting the attention of women wanting their own haven in their garden. So, we have joined forces with Plantabox, who create personalised, handmade wooden crates, after realising a shared customer base.
To celebrate the partnership, this Mother’s Day, The Posh Shed Company and Plantabox are giving away the ultimate Mother's Day gift, a Patio Store in Dusky Pink, worth £1,450. Five runners up will win a Plantabox She Shed Accessory Collection worth £79.95 each that contains three personalised FSC pine products.
The competition will close on Friday 17th March. To take part please click in the link below
Posted on January 26, 2017
At The Posh Shed Company, we receive lots of enquiries from people who want to have electrical power in their sheds. This is not a service we offer so we always recommend that people get in touch with electricians and carpenters in their local area who are best placed to arrange this for them.
It can, however, often be an expensive and intrusive undertaking and neither is it the most ecologically friendly. We have been looking for an alternative to offer to our customers and we are pleased to introduce this solar hub from Solar technology. We can now offer to supply and install their Hubi 2k lighting and power system with any Posh Shed order.
The Hubi comes with a small solar panel, the main Hubi unit, 2 12v lights with mounting hooks and all connecting cables and can be fitted to any of our sheds. It works by collecting and storing daylight and sunlight and is great for providing electrical light and has two USB ports for mobile phones and other devices.
We are happy to fit a 2k Hubi unit while installing your Posh Shed. This would incur a cost of £195 and would include installing the panel, connecting the lights and Hubi unit as well as an internal shelf for the unit.
For more information, please look at Solar Technology’s own site
Posted on December 6, 2016
It’s the most wonderful time of the year...yes, The Posh Shed Winter Sale has arrived! And now we have an even wider range products to snap up at discounted prices from beautiful bird boxes to luxurious log stores to help keep those log fires burning.
We are offering a 10% discount on all Posh Shed orders received in December and January, so that’s 10% off our Posh Sheds, Posh Garden Stores, Posh Gardening range and Posh Shed accessories. *
To make sure you take advantage of this offer just
- Get in touch by phone or email and let us know your requirements
- Place your order before the 31st of January 2017 for delivery before the 31st March 2017
- Pay a 50% deposit on ordering (the balance will be due on the day of installation)
* Please note that delivery costs are not included in the winter sale.
Posted on August 19, 2015
She Sheds are the latest buzz word in the shed world but here at the Posh Shed Company we have been making sheds for women to use as their own private haven for many years; the majority of these commissions have come from women seeking work space outside the confines of the home, for whom it makes practical sense to turn their garden sheds into office or craft spaces.
These so called “she sheds” have elevated the humble garden shed to new heights in terms of both comfort and design .
A beautiful example of one of our sheds that was then decorated by its owner and turned into a “She Shed” won a bronze award at RHS Malvern this year.
“The Perfect Commute” designed by Deborah Bird of “Beholder’s Eye”, featured a 9 ft. x 7 ft. Posh Gothic Shed with slate effect roof that had been transformed into a home office and reflects the aspiration of many people to escape from the daily grind of commuting to the office.
She Sheds have however been around in all but name for a long time.
In I915 the first ever British Women’s Institute meeting was held in a garden shed in Anglesey; could that have been the first “she shed”?
A recent television programme by Lucy Worsley “Cake Bakers and Trouble Makers” did much to counter the image of the WI as outdated and its members as “busy bodies”. It reminded us that the origins of the WI were very closely linked to the suffragette movement and that the slow hand clapping of Tony Blair in 2000 was far from the first time the WI had refused to be patronised.
The WI’s ethos has always been about empowerment and equality; it’s been called the “first social network” because most of its early groups were established in rural communities where women were often lonely and isolated so it wouldn’t seem to far a leap to credit these ladies far-sighted and socially aware women with the invention of the she shed!
The WI centennial Fair is taking place in Harrogate from the 3rd to 6th of September. www.thewishow.com/NFWI