Deborah Chambers talks about photographing the home in the 1950s. She wrote ‘At the time and place of intense social change, 1950s suburban domesticity was being mapped out and re-represented by family photographs as a secure space in which the home became a showcase for the consumerist, middle-class, white nuclear family.’ That's even more the case now, if not for everyone. The flat we lived in was a showcase, not for consumption, but for rented accommodation furniture, plumbing and eccentric DIY. This shed is what our home felt like sometimes. A lot of people’s home feel this way in Britain. Home is our major neurosis.