Tag Archives: Garden Office

How To Build A Shed Office

Here’s a great time lapse video that shows how a tiny stick-built building goes together. It nicely illustrated how little building material is needed and how few steps are really needed to provide a basic structure. I first saw this on Shedworking.

MicroPod

This tiny garden office is available from Pod Space in the UK. It’s available with options like a living roof, underfloor heating, high efficiency windows, and custom integral furniture. MicroPod

Decorated Shed

Decorated Shed, in the UK, offers a wide selection of garden offices and cabins. Pictured here is a little garden office that’s about 130 square feet. I first saw this on Shedworking. Decorated Shed on Shedworking

Virginia Hand’s Garden Office

This is garden designer Virginia Hand‘s garden office. It was recently featured in an article in the Seattle Times. I spotted it on shedworking. Photo by Ken Lambert Virginia Hand’s Garden Office

Garden Office Kit

I really wish more American companies would jump in on the tiny house (garden office) bandwagon. There are so many great designs for modern manufactured tiny buildings coming out of the UK, like this one from Garenberg. To top it all off this beautiful little building comes as a kit the owner-builder assembles themselves. Garden Office […]

A Room of One’s Own

Stephen at Little House on the Trailer has redesigned their website (using my open source WordPress theme!) and made it easier to learn about their tiny houses. They have an open house every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Petaluma, California. Stephen makes several different house models including the Sonoma Shanty but there […]

Winner of 2009 Shed Design Competition

The Open Office, designed by Kenny, won the 2009 shed design competition at Secrets of Shed Building. One of the key features of this garden office is a set of sliding wood panels mounted to a rail system on the exterior of the building. They serve to block sunlight as well as provide privacy when […]

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