With more and more people working from home or having a job that’s partially remote, it’s essential that you have a good workstation or office at home. A garden office is not only aesthetically pleasing but you can enjoy the comfort of working at home while still having some separation from your living space.
Here are some of the top benefits of a garden office that you should know about.
You can separate work from home
The beauty of working from home is that you haven’t got to worry about a long commute. However, it’s still a good idea to separate your living space from your workspace or you may be tempted to carry on working after hours. A garden office is a great solution as you’ll still feel like you’re going to work yet it won’t intrude on the areas where you want to relax.
It’s light and airy
What’s better than working in a beautiful light and airy space? With a garden office installed outside you can grab a cup of coffee and head outside to your own little work haven. Compared to a cramped and dull office inside, a garden office can look and feel much more inspiring so your working day is enjoyable.
Garden offices are enjoyable all year round
From summertime when the sun will be shining through your office doors to winter when the sounds of the rand can provide a relaxing backdrop, garden offices are suitable all year round. Plus, you’ll have the perfect view of your garden.
Your workspace will be bespoke
Having your own office in your garden provides you with a great opportunity to really make a workplace best suited to you. With more space to come up with the best design, you won’t have to make do with using the kitchen table or working from the sofa as you’ll have plenty of room in your new outdoor workspace.
If you’re looking for an office upgrade then installing a garden office could be the perfect solution. At Summit Architecture, we provide services across London, Manchester and Leeds including custom-built outbuildings that make the perfect place to work. Our experienced team will be on-hand to navigate the project through the planning process – get in touch with us today.