There’s been a lot of talk about working from home recently.
How hard it is to find a place to focus and concentrate. We’ve even done a ‘Working From Home’ blog post, to help!
Now that Spring is here, our thoughts are turning to our gardens. Enjoying the greenery, tranquility and surrounding ourselves with nature.
What if you could work from your garden?
How would you design your garden office space?
For now it may just be a dream, but we hope these images will inspire you.
Temporary or Permanent?
The first thing to consider (apart from budget of course) is do you want a permanent, fixed structure, or something more temporary?
Upcycling, recycling, call it what you will, but a pre-loved caravan could make the perfect secluded bolt hole for a cosy office space.
Planning on writing your first novel? We all know a certain ex-Prime Minister who invested in a Shepherd’s Hut, to get focussed on his memoir!
Style Your Space
How would you style your garden office?
We love these looks, taking inspiration from nature and outdoors. A neutral colour palette, combined with a comfortable chair, natural materials and access to modern technology has created these practical and calming garden retreats.
Can you imagine yourself here?
The clever use of mirrors in this garden room has been used to reflect the greenery outside. Note the circular accessories to pull the look together too.
As a working space, your garden office should still be practical. Don’t forget any task lighting, a message board, storage and any favourite accessories to inspire you!
A design plan, for both exterior and interior lighting, is a good idea if you plan to use your garden room in the evening.
(Images courtesy of Pinterest).