Sometimes a square or rectangular garden office just doesn’t fit the bill. There are times when a corner garden office is the answer.
Corner garden offices come into their own in smaller gardens where you want to maximise both the space in the office and the living space in the garden.
They also come into their own in instances where the garden isn’t ‘square’ as you have the flexibility of adding walls at an angle.
Who offers corner garden offices?
There are a few standard corner garden office designs on the market, but your best bet is to go down the bespoke design route when looking for this type of garden office. Working with a bespoke designer will allow you to create a layout that works for your site.
Harrison James have experience designing corner garden offices. This example creates a good size office that flows out into the garden.
eDEN Garden Rooms also design corner buildings. This triangular design slots into an unused corner of the garden.
Is it difficult to position furniture?
When working with an unusual shaped garden office you will have to think about how you position your furniture to make best use of the space available. It might be worth considering fitted furniture which can be crafted to follow the contours of the building.