5 She Shed Ideas That Will Say Happy Mother's Day in Style

We all know that motherhood is the hardest job on the planet. And as much as we'd all love to pay our dear moms back for the infinite list of things they do for us year after year, that would be near impossible (or at least take a really long time). However, a small space that they can call their own ... a place where they can indulge in a little peace and quiet — now, that's the gift that keeps on giving. Hen hut, lady lair, she shed: whatever term you prefer, scroll on for five tiny sanctuaries that will say happy Mother's Day in style.

1. Cabin in the Woods

St. Louis-based artist Rachel Roe's charming she shed was originally meant to be a storage shed. Luckily, her husband thought it would make a better studio for his wife, so he constructed this adorable, cabin-like retreat just for her. Best gift ever!

2. Modern Art Studio

If you're not very handy with a hammer and nails, no worries. You can always just pay someone to build it for you. For example, this modern refuge by JML Garden Rooms is ahh-maz-ing and would pretty much make the perfect getaway, without the hassle of having to leave your house. Winning!

3. Quaint Cottage

How sweet is this picture-perfect she shed belonging to mom and designer Kathy Ibrahim? We're absolutely swooning over the pink paneled front door with glass inserts and accompanying house numbers.

4. Bohemian Bungalow

If we had a she shed like illustrator and stylist Theresa Gromski, we'd probably never leave. The laid-back, boho-chic vibes complemented by hanging string lights make this tiny space oh-so-dreamy and inviting.

5. Coastal Refuge

Complete with a pair of French doors and industrial-style wall sconces, this Cali-cool she shed is gorgeous on its own. But you can't deny that the colorful balloon display — designed by Nicole Gilmore of Lifted Balloons — really takes it to the next level.

Ariane Moore

Ariane Moore

Ariane Moore is an Editor at Hunker. After earning her B.S. in Interior Architecture and Design, she enjoyed working on a variety of projects ranging from residential to hospitality at award winning design firms in both Las Vegas and Los Angeles. She also served as Design Editor at Natural Child World magazine.