Monday, June 15, 2020

Boom time for garden offices

That's what the Yorkshire Post says in a new article by the country's best property journalist, the excellent Sharon Dale, 'How to buy or build a home office in the garden' (which also very kindly mentions Shedworking and the book of the site too). Here's a snippet:

“Clearly, we must have had a premonition about home working, as the shed has been a tremendous asset over the past three months in lockdown. It is three paces from the back door and has meant that I can still go to work and at the end of a long day, shut the door and return home. My journey time is less than five seconds,” says Ric, who adds: “I’ve been intrigued by those Zoom meetings that show people across the country making ad hoc office spaces in dining rooms and bedrooms. “I must say that an office in the garden is definitely the way forward. Sure, you miss the social interaction with office colleagues but the productivity in shed isolation is great and it’s only four steps away from the kettle. Shoffice working is the future.”
Image courtesy Cedar Garden Rooms  -------------------------------------------------
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