Surrounded to the east and south by neighbouring farmland, one of the best things about The Shed Gerroa, is being able to sit back and watch a lot or very little happen. Whether it’s watching the cows amble by, the golf carts zip along the fairways of Gerringong Golf Course in the distance or the swells march up the coast – there is always something to take in. Recently our neighbours had their many acres hay baled which made for interesting viewing. The kids loved the show!
After the exciting process of designing, building and styling THE SHED, we are now thrilled to be able to share our dream holiday house with you. THE SHED is available for weekend escapes and holiday getaways throughout the year, the perfect destination for both summer beach fun and cosy winter relaxation. Whether you’re escaping with family, friends or your partner, THE SHED, Gerroa and surrounding areas deliver the ultimate South Coast experience.
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photo credit Nick Epoff
We love our bathrooms at The Shed!!! Seriously!
Industrial features means lots of concrete, steel, corrugated iron and plywood. Details like gal pipe towel rails, bain marie pans as storage and custom benches all add to this unique theme. A vintage cast iron bath, large square basins and simple tap ware complete the picture. Luxurious bathrobes, towels and radiant heating add warmth and absolutely no tiles at all means super easy to clean!
Washing up has never been so easy….
Christmas is always marked as a line in the sand for things to be completed and The Shed was no different. It felt like a race to the finish line with a great prize awaiting us. We were very excited to spend our first Christmas at The Shed with the kids and our extended family and friends – and here is what it looked like….
I have always loved the art of the handmade and ancient crafts. The recent interiors trend of Shibori dyeing was one technique I had to try. Shibori is a very old Japanese technique of dyeing cloth and dates back to the 8th century with Indigo being the main dye used.
There are an infinite number of ways you can bind, stitch, twist and fold the cloth for Shibori and each technique results in very different patterns …opening the fabric to reveal the pattern you have created is always a great moment of excitement!!
Following is my attempt at making Shibori dyed cushions for The Shed’s breezeway daybed, but to see how the professionals do it try here … Shibori