Having a garden office is an efficient use of outdoor space. There is no hard rule on the optimum size of a garden office, they can measure as big or small as you like. There are many different styles of garden office that you can choose from, the most popular being a cabin style, modular style and timber style. An outdoor office is a great way to separate your work life from your home life when working remotely, so you can eliminate potential distractions and keep you focused. If you are keeping valuable monitors or files in your home office, be sure to secure your office properly. Install an alarm and ensure that all of your doors have sturdy locks.
A wall planner or board is a great way to implement organisation into your home office. You can purchase blackboard stickers online at a reasonable price, meaning that you can write straight onto your wall without any damage. Having a large wall calendar encourages you to write upcoming events and dates, essentially making you more organised. This blackboard calendar wall sticker from Amazon is a great example. You can even make one yourself, by taking some masking tape and chalk paint to get started.
Add some green
Green is the colour that projects movement and positivity, so why not get some in your home office? You don't need to colour your walls a bright shade of emerald, just simply add a few potted plants to your space or even have a green feature wall. Office plants have been proven to reduce levels of stress in your work environment, ultimately making employees feel happier in their job. So, what’s stopping you?
Optimize your space
It is no news that organisation is key when it comes to work, and nobody likes a messy office, especially when it’s in your home. Make use of all space by purchasing shelves and units, so that books and files can be neatly stored. If you are struggling for space, perhaps consider putting some unused items in a self-storage unit. Here at Make Space, we have a wide range of units that can help you out.