"I was getting tired of moving my work around the house - from the spare room to the kitchen table, so it felt fantastic to move to my garden office. It was built by a company called Garden Lodges (www.gardenlodges.co.uk) and only took a couple of days to put up and a few weeks to kit it out. The great thing was that I could continue to work in the house while all the chaos went on at the bottom of the garden! Had I gone for a loft conversion it would have been more expensive and more of an interruption."
Tuesday, June 12, 2007
Enterprise Nation, who always have their finger on the pulse of homeworking trends, have an excellent interview with shedworking journalist Nikki Spencer who recently wrote a nice piece for the Telegraph about garden offices. Nikki says:
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