Outdoor home office

Working from home has become more than a trend. It beats commuting to the city and is an increasingly popular option for many. In the digital and ever more connected world, there is no good reason to avoid working from home. Nevertheless, if you do not have a dedicated place to work from, office tasks can impinge on your home’s primary purpose of providing a place to relax in. If you don’t have a room that you use as a study or an office it can be tempting to work in your living space. An outdoor office space creates a bit of distance between work and home.
The primary difference between a garden studio and a garden office is that you will need to feel comfortable in it for extended periods of time. As such, good lighting and lighting are essentials. You will probably also need some form of data connection, or wireless network, that you can draw on. The next most important factor to consider is the amount of space you have.
Our outdoor home offices can showcase not only necessary things like the computers, good lighting and an outlet to plug in your gadgets, but also use colours that keep you balanced and textures that make you comfortable.






Work from a spacious dedicated home office and indulge in a sleek home office design that will not only tell your personal story to clients, but help you add more to it.
Space is not an issue with our office studios and as your home office occupies an entire dedicated room, the possibilities are practically endless.
TIP: Organization is key to maintaining a good working environment and starting every work day fresh and also helps you manage your time. Using baskets, boxes and colourful organizers for files and documents could not only save you valuable time, but create the order you need (and tempt you to maintain it).
 This long, narrow office accommodating two working spaces was large enough for two more armchairs — a nice way to add comfort and style to a space you use so often. The rest of this office offers plenty of storage and work space customized to the needs of its owners.

Space

Spaces filled with light help reduce stress by reminding us of the world outside. An office flooded by natural light and constructed from carefully chosen materials and using natural colours will reset your mind every time you look up from the computer screen.
Good lighting keeps everything in sight while maintaining a cheery atmosphere even in the darkest corners.
Grey walls balanced with cream-colored furniture helps create a calming environment.
Bold colours within a simple space add character and define a sympathetic atmosphere. Creative people work well in spaces that are not crowded with unnecessary distractions.
Pristine spaces decorated with bright colours make for intriguing home work spaces.

Decorating/furniture

Home offices with an elegant atmosphere are a sum of all their functional and decorative elements. A comfortable office chair is of utmost importance for those spending a lot of time at a desk, so make sure you choose one that is both supporting and aesthetically pleasing.
Casual elegance is what makes a home office cozy. It’s not about pretending you’re in an office, but rather creating a pleasant and inspiring working environment. Personalize your home office space to your liking, but don’t forget to keep a laid-back atmosphere.


Books, family photos and storage space can be combined to shape a home office that creates a balance between home and professional uses.
Showcasing a colourful painting can completely change the aesthetic appeal. Art can guide your concentration toward work yet leaves room for inspiration.
Decorating your home office with personal items, cheery colors and flowers brings a feeling of comfort that you rarely get outside the home.
A colourful geometric rug breaks the monotony of white and gray, adding an extra dimension to your home office.
Whatever type of work you do, it’s easy to combine professionalism and stylish details in your home office design.