By July 14, 2014 Read More →

Garden Office Spotlight

Today’s new feature and sponsored post, Garden Office Spotlight, showcases news from the industry to help you find the right building to work in.

We hope Garden Office Spotlight helps you find the right kind of garden office for your plot and business. Enjoy a closer look at the possibilities. (Click on the pictures to see them full size).

The Garden Escape

Garden Office Spotlight - The Garden Escape

‘”Trying to work in the house with two young children wasn’t easy. I can now take myself to my quiet office space away from the daily distractions of the house”, says garden office owner, Mr Goldsack, of his new, inspiring working environment. This garden room from The Garden Escape combines working and exercise space to help make the most of this modern looking building.

The bi-fold doors open up the front to make the most of season in good weather, but the aluminium framed double glazing makes it a cozy space in the winter. The building features a cedar decking area which makes a perfect spot to sit out and enjoy the tranquil garden views.’

The Garden Office Guide

Garden Office Spotlight - The Garden Office Guide

‘The rise in the number of people working from home has been in the news lately, and here at The Garden Room Guide we’ve been feeling the effect. We’ve had so much interest in garden rooms used as offices that we’ve created a brand new site devoted to the subject.

The new Garden Office Guide site is divided into sections on Planning, Designing and Using a garden office to help you make an informed choice before parting with a chunk of your hard-earned cash. Plus, having published 15 sell-out print issues of Garden Rooms Magazine, we’ve now reproduced the best bits in three volumes, The Best of Garden Rooms Magazine.’

Homestead Timber Buildings

Garden Office Spotlight - Homestead Timber Buildings‘Our latest home office has long, double glazed windows to enable as much daylight as possible to come flooding in. It’s light and airy, but also fully lined and insulated to keep our customer warm in the winter months.

This particular building from Homestead has a flat roof which is guaranteed for 25 years and appealed to the purchaser because it avoided having to apply for planning permission, saving time and money. We installed it on a concrete base with an extra decking area for al fresco coffee breaks during the working day.’

work from home secrets

If you manufacture or supply garden rooms or their fittings, and would like to take part in next month’s Garden Office Spotlight, please get in touch soon as slots are already being booked.

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