Your workspace can have a direct impact on your psychological well-being and your creative performance. While you can’t do much with your office at work, you have complete control over your home or garden office. You get to decide exactly how you want it to look, including the colour pallet, décor, furniture and everything in-between.
If you’re struggling to find enough space for a home office, why not invest in an outdoor office pod instead? There’s a huge range of sizes and styles available, allowing you to choose an outdoor office pod that’s completely tailored for you. If you need some creative inspiration, here are some of the best design ideas for contemporary garden offices:
One of the most exciting parts about designing your own office pod is the interior layout. Whether you have a small or large office space, a little imagination goes a long way. Make the most of your wall space by hanging floating shelves for additional storage. You can use them to store your important office documents and utensils or to add some extra dimension to the space.
Pick your favourite colour or choose the shade that will compliment your garden office the most. intupod offers a great range of different colours including blue, light blue, dark blue, yellow, red and white.
intupod’s outdoor office pods come with a very stylish dome structure and you can decide what kind of finish you’d like. This includes birch plywood, aluminium, copper and zinc.
An outdoor garden office has the advantage of being open to receiving a large amount of natural light. Each of our standard garden pods come with a beautiful 1600w x 2000h sliding UPVC door that lets a lot of natural light flood into the room. This is great for daytime use but you’ll also need to add some artificial lighting for evening and night-time use.
Bring the Outdoors inside
One of the best things about a garden office is the beautiful views you can enjoy right from your desk. However, many people like to incorporate nature into the overall design of their office. You can do this by bringing in some plants or flowers to brighten up your office space that much further. You can also incorporate natural flora patterns in artwork and fabrics to add more colour to your garden office.