We practice what we preach and work from a garden office!
We built our office about 12 years ago as a space to run our growing garden office design business. The new office allowed us to move away from the dining table and into a dedicated space where we could meet with clients. It also gave us the flexibility to employ staff, but retain a sense of separation between work and home life.
When we designed the office we ‘designed in’ workstations, a drafting area – we were still hand drawing plans back then, and a small seating area for entertaining clients. This set up worked really well for us until one day I had an accident…
I wont go into the gory details, but the accident has had a long term effect on our lives. Its changed how we live and quite significantly how we can work.
Thankfully a garden office is a flexible workspace
We use our garden office quite differently today. I can no longer sit at a desk comfortably so instead I have a comfy armchair and footstool and sit in that with my laptop to work on this site and The Garden Room Guide. The drafting board is gone too as my partner Jo now uses the computer for her design work, and whilst our garden office is now not a traditional layout it works really well for us.
Why am I telling you this?
Well I want to show you that a garden office is a versatile workspace. A space that you can tailor to your needs. A space that is adaptable as your work life changes.
I am telling you this because a garden office is not all about sitting at a desk. A garden office can be tailored to exactly how you want to work.
I am also trying to show you that a quality garden office will evolve and adapt as your life and work changes.
By choosing to work with a specialist garden office supplier you will find that they are keen to create your ideal work environment, with no compromises!