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

work from home secrets

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.

work from home secrets

Would you like to share your own workspace in our cellar home offices gallery?

Just email a photo to us, along with about 100 words on what you like (or maybe dislike) about it.

Or maybe you’d like to show us the view from your desk, the objects that inspire you, or some essential piece of equipment.

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