Tuesday, July 25, 2023

Garden office Barbiecore

We've been bombarded with PR folk's Barbiecore tips for months now at Shedworking HQ, almost all of which is of marginal interest to shedworkers, but we were intrigued to come across these examples from Malvern Garden Buildings (who also have a special Barbiecore board on Pinterest) which show how garden offices can make genuine use of brighter colours.

Pictured above is one of their Ashton models used by jewellery designer Pippa Small at the Chelsea Flower Show, and below is their Clifton model at the same show, this time used by decorative artist Kaffe Fassett. 

"A Barbie Dreamhouse is sold every two minutes and was first introduced in 1962," say MGB. "If you would like to replicate your own dreamhouse at home with a garden building or shed, opt for a bespoke pink colour. HOT TIP: Malvern Garden Buildings can colour match your building if you have a pink preference in mind. Hot pink fuchsia and baby pink both work for this trend."


Malvern Garden Buildings offer a premium collection of garden buildings, displayed at 11 UK showsites.

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