Sunday, January 31, 2010

Customising your garden office interior

Most shedworkers settle for a fairly uncontroversial interior design. But while Jared Neilsen works in a cubicle rather than a garden office, the way he has bespoked his 'interior' shows what can be achieved in a restricted workspace area: he calls it 'The Red Mahogany Luxury Paneled Cubicle with Dark Cherry Hardwood Floors.' If you have an interior in your garden office like this, please do get in touch.


  1. I would prefer linenfold pannelling

  2. Anonymous3:18 PM

    What a fun/cool idea- as long as you can find a boss/workplace willing to let you do/partake in some afterhours carpentry, or allow this installation of something like this at all. Really, really cool though!

    I love this block-wood concept, and have seen it a few times- there's one in the turret-addition/house in the Shay Solomon Book- "Little House On A Small Planet". I usually save and burn all my tiny block-wood scraps, but have always wondering if I should begin the accumulation of 'em for something like this- although mine would be less a meditation hut, and more so a beer-drinking/book readin' hangout! (which I suppose, IS one form of meditation). lol.

    -Deek D
    AUTHOR OF: "Humble Homes, Simple Shacks, Cozy Cottages, Ramshackle Retreats, Funky Forts (And Whatever The Heck Else We Could Squeeze In Here!)"