Friday, December 12, 2008

Planning your garden office interior

There's a nifty little tool from mydeco on The Independent site which allows you to drag and drop furniture, doors, windows, carpets, etc, onto your chosen room shape and see what it would look like before actually buying them all. You can also get a 3D angle on it all rather than just from above. It's aimed at rooms in houses but it's ideal for shedworkers too. You can also go direct to the mydeco site where you can also upload a photo of your garden office and then drag objects into it - even if you're not planning to redecorate, it's a pleasant fantasy shed decorating game for elevenses. If you do have a go, please send me the results and we'll stick them up on Shedworking. A small festive prize for the best.

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