In our last blog, we discussed how garden rooms/offices are becoming more and more of a trend in home design as many homeowners continue to demand more space for their home life.
Working from home was a trend that saw a boom during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic. For many people has become a part of their day-to-day lives, with many companies deciding to run their businesses remotely on a more permanent basis. For those working from home, it is tempting to spend your working hours slumped on your bed or sofa with your laptop precariously positioned with your favourite TV series playing in the background. Nonetheless, it is paramount to try and establish a clear boundary between home and work to protect your health and well-being and ensure you remain focused on your work. In this blog, we discuss the benefits of a garden office and lay out the considerations you need to make to add a garden office to your home.
In our most recent blogs, we have been discussing ways you can make your home more energy efficient, whether by reducing the cost of your heating or more general energy bills. However, it can be easy to forget that water supply and water-based systems also have an impact on the environment and can be a costly monthly bill in your home. In this blog, share ways you can reduce your water usage, water bills and do your bit for the planet!
Homeowners are continuing to adjust their focus to more sustainable home design, not just for environmental benefit but financial reasons too. It is no surprise that manufacturers are adjusting their focus and developing new more sustainable materials to incorporate into home design. In this blog, we explore sustainable resources that you could include in your home design and we explore their potential benefits.