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The comforts of an office in the garden

Garden Office Week – more space with a Homestead office in the garden

Office in the garden - Homestead Timber BuildingsAutumn Garden Office Week continues with Homestead Timber Buildings’ sponsored post on solving space problems with an office in the garden:

With living space at a premium and spare room filled with too much stuff to work in then how else can you can you work from home in comfort?

If you are lucky enough to have a reasonably sized garden, the answer is there. An office in the garden works on many levels.
Firstly, it quite literally separates your work life from your home life and being outside can even help lift the mood to make your work life more meaningful.

Furthermore, if you have been using a bedroom as an office, you can reclaim that space for its rightful purpose and in doing so it can add value to your home if you ever decide to sell.

The costs of creating an office in the garden has many benefits, no more monthly office rentals and no more hefty commuting costs to and from the city every day!

You can create an environment which can add so much more than just an office space. A space for you to work comfortably all year round. Cool in the summer and warm in the winter. A short walk home which could be very welcome in the dark nights or in the summer when the sun is shining you may not want to take that short walk home and stay there in the comforts of your ‘office in the garden’.

Homestead Timber Buildings have been manufacturing and erecting home offices for over 25 years and we custom make all of them to your design. They are all double glazed and fully insulated and the roofing materials we use have a 25 year guarantee. Kirsty Allsopp had her office custom built by us. Come and have look around our showsite in Wallingford, Oxfordshire which is open 7 days a week.

Enjoyed this? Check out more expert Garden Office Week advice on building an office in the garden.

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  1. Ryan Biddulph says:

    Hi Judy,

    Clever idea. Great environment, relaxing, peaceful. I can think of no better spot to conduct business; other than a private beach of course 😉