Typically, that shed out the back or the basement space would be turned into a 'man cave' - TV to watch sport, fridge to hold beers, hunting memorabilia on the walls - you get the picture. Interior designer shares top tips on Christmas decorating a small space Five tips for achieving your dream man cave But now more women are creating their own spaces down the garden path where they can focus on themselves or their hobbies, away from the hustle and bustle of a busy household. She Sheds are spaces where women who need some alone time can read, pain, garden, drink wine, or do whatever they like. Nelson-based home and garden supplies company Homelandz recognised this demand and began importing them. They say demand continues to rise, with the sheds coming in kitset form and most areas not requiring building consent. The company's kitset sheds have been transformed into home offices, pool houses, horse tack rooms, sewing rooms, libraries, studios, spare rooms for … [Read more...] about Move over man cave, meet the She Shed
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Jean-Laurent Bonnafé has heard all the reports, all the speculation. For months now, the market has been buzzing with the possibility that his bank, BNP Paribas SA, might take a run at acquiring a beleaguered competitor,Commerzbank AG. And why not? The Frankfurt-based bank has been struggling to find its footing even as France’s biggest lender, brimming with profits, has been pushing hard into Germany’s industrial heartland on the hunt for corporate clients.So is it true?Bonnafé, a 25-year BNP veteran of stolid technocratic bearing, frowns at the question. It’s a rainy spring morning in Paris, and the chief executive officer is sitting in a salon in the bank’s palatial headquarters at a table bearing baskets of freshly baked croissants and silver pots of coffee. He shakes his head.“No, no, no. At this moment, you cannot take on large transactions,” Bonnafé says in French-accented English. The reason, he explains, is that BNP … [Read more...] about This French Banking Giant Looks like “the JPMorgan of Europe”