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From garden office to tiny home?

The growth in the tiny homes movement is starting to mirror the massive increase over the last decade in the numbers of people working from home in garden offices, so it's not surprising that various garden office specialists are also providing designs that are either models for micro living or have the potential to be so.

Here's a good example of how the crossover is working from Garden2Office. It's from their latest Sportskabin range in Nordic Noir cladding with a variety of optional extras, but while it's a new office for an interior design company it also includes many features which would be key in a tiny home -  a small central heating system that also heats the shower, LED strip lights in the bathroom, under the wall shelving. And to let in extra natural light, Mark and the team fitted three 1m square skylights over the work area.






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