[AD] A garden office is an excellent way to improve your concentration when working from home. If you’re someone that often works from home but can sometimes find it distracting, an office situated a stone’s throw away in your garden may just be what you need. Working from home can sometimes be challenging, but here’s how you can combat this with a garden home office.
Garden Hideouts reveals how a bespoke garden office can make working from home easier – keep reading to find out more.
A dedicated working space away from your home
A garden office is a working space separate from your main family home, but still at home on your property, meaning you get the very best of both worlds. A distraction-free zone in the heart of your garden can provide you with the space you need to focus and concentrate on your work, without being distracted by the hustle and bustle of your main family home. You won’t be able to lose focus due to doorbells, pets, and other family members whilst you’re working in your garden office, making it an excellent space to crack on with work throughout the day.
An office at home but not in your home
Working in a garden office means you’re able to work close to your family home, and pop in and out as you please, but when you need to focus, you have the perfect place to do this. Garden offices also make meetings easier, as you won’t have to worry about being disturbed during your calls. Another great thing about a garden office is that you have no commute! All you need to do to get to your private office is walk through your garden, giving you a breath of fresh air before you begin work.
Better mental well-being
Surrounded by the greenery in your garden as you work can really help to better your mental well-being. Exposure to natural light and greenery can actually help to boost your mood and keep you feeling good throughout the day. There’s no better place to work than in your own home office in your garden. You get the privacy of being in your own home, yet a separate place away from your family home.
Garden offices can be customised to suit your specific work requirements and personal preferences. With help from the design team at your chosen garden office company, you can work with them to design the space according to your needs, incorporating ergonomic furniture, suitable storage, and any other amenities that contribute to your comfort and productivity.
Mentally detach from work
Leaving your garden office at the end of the day will help you to mentally detach from work like you would in a typical office. Not to mention your commute is a simple stroll in your garden! Detaching from work is very important to maintain a work/life balance, which many people who work from home struggle with.0