Cellar home offices

Not yet a large collection of cellar home offices, so we’d love to hear from you if you work below ground. Send us a pic!

Cellar home offices

cellar home offices - Shedworking
‘Thanks to a house move, the nerve centre of the Shedworking empire is temporarily not in a garden office (we’re ‘between sheds’). Instead, we are cellarworking for a while. It’s a fairly pleasant workspace, surrounded by lots of books and with some natural light, but it’s not quite a wooden room with a view. This is where I’ve just finished my second book, Bookshelf (initially a satellite site to Shedworking), a look at unusual modern bookshelf design which will be published by Thames & Hudson later this year.’

Alex Johnson, journalist, author & blogger, Shedworking & Bookshelf

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cellar home offices - Nicky Young‘So this is Nicky’s Desk…my home office is in our cellar, damp and musty ? no a comfy, cozy, carpeted & creative space and no windows means.. focus ! The desk is an old family bureau and as well as the ever present mug of tea, most of the objects you see are functional & hold memories, the oldest being my wooden in-tray & the chair I sit on both over 20yrs old, from my first ever full time job (given not pinched!) and the most recent, the little owl (I have a thing for owls!) from my best friend offering valued support in my new venture, “Nicky’s Desk”. I offer advice, info and support to educational, community and voluntary organisations.’

Nicky Young, freelance qualified youthworker.

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